Africana Studies
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
61755 AFST 104.002 3 Introduction to Africana Studies FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Becknell, Charles ARR ARR Online

AFST 104.002 Introduction to Africana Studies

Catalog Description

An interdisciplinary course that introduce students to the histories, cultures, and experiences of global people of African descent.

Instructor Email

cbeck@unm.edu

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63972 AFST 250.001 3 Survey of African American History FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Nelson, Timothy ARR ARR Online

AFST 250.001 Survey of African American History

Catalog Description

Survey of African-American history from the African past to the present. Themes covered are the African background, holocaust of enslavement, emancipation and reconstruction, Jim Crow, civil rights, Black power, and the post-industrial/post civil rights eras.

Instructor Email

drnelson@unm.edu

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61754 AFST 397.005 3 T: Africana Philosophy and Methods FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Howard, Natasha ARR ARR Online

AFST 397.005 T: Africana Philosophy and Methods

Catalog Description

Special topic courses in specialized areas of African-American Studies. African-American Literature; Sociopolitics: Africa; Politics of Southern Africa; Black Books III, Education and African-American Education and Free Society.

Instructor Email

nacosta@unm.edu

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56232 AFST 397.040 3 T: Civil Rights Movement FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Hardeman, Marsha K. ARR ARR Online

AFST 397.040 T: Civil Rights Movement

Catalog Description

Special topic courses in specialized areas of African-American Studies. African-American Literature; Sociopolitics: Africa; Politics of Southern Africa; Black Books III, Education and African-American Education and Free Society.

Instructor Email

mkhardem@unm.edu

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American Studies
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
56234 AMST 182.002 3 Introduction to Environmental and Social Justice FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Grann, Caitlin ARR ARR Online

AMST 182.002 Introduction to Environmental and Social Justice

Catalog Description

An introduction to the socially and politically constructed values directing Americans attitudes toward nature, science and technology and to the impacts of those attitudes on built and natural environments regionally, nationally and globally.

Instructor Email

cgrann@unm.edu

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57557 AMST 182.003 3 Introduction to Environmental and Social Justice FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Mundt, Kirsten ARR ARR Online

AMST 182.003 Introduction to Environmental and Social Justice

Catalog Description

An introduction to the socially and politically constructed values directing Americans attitudes toward nature, science and technology and to the impacts of those attitudes on built and natural environments regionally, nationally and globally.

Textbooks and Materials

All texts are available online

Orientation

This course does not have an orientation

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

This course has exams.

Instructor Email

kmundt@unm.edu

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56960 AMST 184.001 3 Introduction to American Popular Culture FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Shell, Christine ARR ARR Online

AMST 184.001 Introduction to American Popular Culture

Catalog Description

Survey of basic concepts of popular culture and methods for its study. Source materials are drawn from diverse areas-television, film, comics, music and sports.

Instructor Email

shellc@unm.edu

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47458 AMST 185.005 3 Introduction to Race, Class and Ethnicity FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Garcia, Tania ARR ARR Online

AMST 185.005 Introduction to Race, Class and Ethnicity

Catalog Description

An interdisciplinary introduction to the issues of race, class and ethnicity in American life and society.

Instructor Email

tpg22@unm.edu

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63596 AMST 185.006 3 Introduction to Race, Class and Ethnicity FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Maile, David ARR ARR Online

AMST 185.006 Introduction to Race, Class and Ethnicity

Catalog Description

An interdisciplinary introduction to the issues of race, class and ethnicity in American life and society.

Instructor Email

maile@unm.edu

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41173 AMST 186.020 3 Introduction to Southwest Studies FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Ambriz, Naomi ARR ARR Online

AMST 186.020 Introduction to Southwest Studies

Catalog Description

Provides both an introduction to the complex history and culture of the Southwestern United States and a demonstration of the possibilities of the interdisciplinary study of regional American culture. It is multicultural in its content as it is multidisciplinary in its methodology.

Instructor Email

nambriz@unm.edu

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57561 AMST 186.021 3 Introduction to Southwest Studies FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Barajas, Dina ARR ARR Online

AMST 186.021 Introduction to Southwest Studies

Catalog Description

Provides both an introduction to the complex history and culture of the Southwestern United States and a demonstration of the possibilities of the interdisciplinary study of regional American culture. It is multicultural in its content as it is multidisciplinary in its methodology.

Detailed Course Description

Provides both an introduction to the complex history and culture of the Southwestern United States and a demonstration of the possibilities of the interdisciplinary study of regional American culture. It is multicultural in its content as it is multidisciplinary in its methodology.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Textbook: The Multicultural Southwest Reader (2001)
Editors: A. Gabriel Melendez, M. Jane Young, Patricia Moore, and Patrick Pynes.

Orientation

This course does not have an orientation

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

This course does not have exams. Course assignments will include: weekly online discussion posts; and periodic essays, including an essay final.

Instructor Email

dbaraj12@unm.edu

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64059 AMST 186.022 3 Introduction to Southwest Studies FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Iralu, Elspeth ARR ARR Online

AMST 186.022 Introduction to Southwest Studies

Catalog Description

Provides both an introduction to the complex history and culture of the Southwestern United States and a demonstration of the possibilities of the interdisciplinary study of regional American culture. It is multicultural in its content as it is multidisciplinary in its methodology.

Instructor Email

iralu@unm.edu

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62865 AMST 310.006 3 T: Community-Based Learning FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Garcia, Joe ARR ARR Online

AMST 310.006 T: Community-Based Learning

Catalog Description

Varying topics undergraduate course. An in-depth study of one subject in the field of interdisciplinary culture studies. Topics may include material culture, folklore, consumerism, public culture, critical theory, cultural identity and language and representation.

Detailed Course Description

Community Based Learning in Chicana and Chicano Studies is a holistic approach to learning from our communities and integrating that unique knowledge and wisdom back into our fields of study. Community Based Learning will be experienced through a combination of readings, course discussions, videos, reflections and the creation of a Final Project in the form of a Community Asset Map that is unique to the community where you are now living. There are many great resources of community wealth or 'community assets" whether they are individuals, businesses, nonprofit organizations and government agencies that are often unknown to yourself and other people who live in your community. These Community assets are working towards the creation of a more just, wise and sustainable humanity. It is in this course that you help reveal and connect these community assets to each other and to people in your community who might otherwise never know about them. This Community Based Learning formula can be applied to any and all communities of people even though we are exploring this process through the lens of Chicana and Chicano Communities and experience. Our solutions as a humanity are universal.
During this course, You will learn what the essence of Community Based Learning is and how you can apply it. I invite you to take this course and help make a unique contribution to your community and field of study in ways that have never been done before. Thank you. Prof. Garcia

Textbooks and Materials

The Cultural Creatives: How 50 Million People are Changing the World
by Paul H. Ray Ph.D and Sherry Ruth Anderson

ISBN-10: 0609808451

ISBN-13: 978-0609808450

Orientation

Orientation and Welcome Videos are available on the course homepage

Face to Face Meetings

I am available to meet with students who live on or near the UNM Main Campus
otherwise I am only an email or phone call away to help with any questions regarding the course.

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

This course does not have exams

Instructor Email

jgarcia76@unm.edu

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63889 AMST 330.002 3 T: Transnational Feminisms FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Mazumdar, Rinita ARR ARR Online

AMST 330.002 T: Transnational Feminisms

Catalog Description

Varying subjects deriving from the contemporary cultural studies focus on matters of gender. Topics include: feminist theory; gender and nature; the factor of gender in disciplinary and interdisciplinary studies.

Detailed Course Description

This course may require web conferencing or on campus face to face meetings. Contact your instructor for more information

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Instructor Email

rinita_mazumdar@yahoo.com

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Anthropology
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
58823 ANTH 101.005 3 Introduction to Anthropology FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Prufer, Keith ARR ARR Online

ANTH 101.005 Introduction to Anthropology

Catalog Description

Surveys the breadth of anthropology, introducing students to archaeology, biological anthropology, ethnology, human evolutionary ecology and linguistics. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core.

Instructor Email

kmp@unm.edu

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12532 ANTH 110.001 3 Language, Culture and the Human Animal FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Siyavoshi, Sara ARR ARR Online

ANTH 110.001 Language, Culture and the Human Animal

Catalog Description

Fundamentals of anthropological linguistics. The biological, structural, psychological and social nature of language; implications for cross-cultural theory, research and applications.

Instructor Email

ssiyavoshi@unm.edu

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12551 ANTH 110.003 3 Language, Culture and the Human Animal FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Morrone, Lindsay ARR ARR Online

ANTH 110.003 Language, Culture and the Human Animal

Catalog Description

Fundamentals of anthropological linguistics. The biological, structural, psychological and social nature of language; implications for cross-cultural theory, research and applications.

Instructor Email

lindsaymorrone@unm.edu

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62564 ANTH 110.009 3 Language, Culture and the Human Animal FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Baek, Joonyeop ARR ARR Online

ANTH 110.009 Language, Culture and the Human Animal

Catalog Description

Fundamentals of anthropological linguistics. The biological, structural, psychological and social nature of language; implications for cross-cultural theory, research and applications.

Detailed Course Description

This course may require web conferencing or on campus face to face meetings. Contact your instructor for more information

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Instructor Email

jybaek@unm.edu

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60171 ANTH 130.001 3 Cultures of the World FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Theodoropoulos, Anastasia ARR ARR Online

ANTH 130.001 Cultures of the World

Catalog Description

Basic concepts and methods of cultural anthropology. Selected cultures, ranging from preliterate societies to
aspects of urban civilization. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area.

Detailed Course Description

This introduction to Cultural Anthropology explores the multiple and diverse ways in which societies are organized across the world. We will study economic and political organization, race and ethnicity, kinship and marriage, gender and sexuality, religion, language, art, and globalization through the holistic and comparative lens of anthropology. From the traditional, historical topics of anthropology to a contemporary, critical understanding of power and social change in a globalized world, the course uses lectures, videos, readings, and primary sources to introduce the diverse social practices that constitute contemporary humanity. Students will have the opportunity to learn basic anthropological research methods, read primary anthropology texts, and come to understand the social forces that shape human experience cross-culturally.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Orientation

This course does not have an orientation

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

Exam due dates are included in the course schedule and syllabus.

Instructor Email

anntheo@unm.edu

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61498 ANTH 130.002 3 Cultures of the World FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Davis, Caitlin ARR ARR Online

ANTH 130.002 Cultures of the World

Catalog Description

Basic concepts and methods of cultural anthropology. Selected cultures, ranging from preliterate societies to
aspects of urban civilization. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area.

Instructor Email

daviscm@unm.edu

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58849 ANTH 150.001 3 Evolution and Human Emergence
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FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Hunley, Keith ARR ARR Online

ANTH 150.001 Evolution and Human Emergence

The Golden Paw Seal.

The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

Fundamentals of biological anthropology and principles of organic evolution, in relation to the biology, ecology and behavior of primates and fossil humans. Biological anthropology concentrators are required, and others are encouraged, to enroll concurrently in 151L. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General education Common Core Curriculum.

Detailed Course Description

What is evolution? How has evolution molded human biological and cultural diversity? What are the broader social and scientific implications of our evolutionary history? This class seeks answers to these enduring questions. The course is divided into four parts. We begin by examining Darwin’s ideas about natural selection and the challenges his ideas have faced over the past 150 years. The second section examines how evolution has shaped the anatomy and behavior of our closest living relatives, the non-human primates. The third part of the class is devoted to investigating the human fossil record and tracing the physical and behavioral evolution of our species over the past five million years. In the fourth section, we study the evolution of modern human behavior in greater depth, and we explore the broader social implications of our evolved behavior.

The course consists of 15 content modules. A broad course objective is associated with each module (see below). These objectives describe what the student will know or be able to do by the end of the course. Each module contains a list of its own objectives that will help the student work through weekly lectures, readings, and assignments.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Required Textbook
Robert Boyd and Joan Silk (2011) How Humans Evolved. 7th Edition, available at the UNM bookstore and on Amazon. Ebook or hardcopy. The 6th and 5th editions are also acceptable.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Testing

Exams:
• Four exams will be given during periods that are specified on the syllabus. The due dates for the exams are listed in the Course Schedule, available in Learn.
• Exams are based on the readings, lectures, films, and the weekly assignments. Each exam is worth 100 points. The grades for the exams will be posted within 72 hours of the closing date. Since I drop the lowest exam, I will not provide makeup exams for any reason.
• I drop the lowest exam. Exam 4 is not cumulative. If you do not take it, you will receive a zero, and it will be dropped as your lowest exam score. .
Assignments
Ten assignments will be given during the term. The due dates for the assignments are listed in the Course Schedule, available in Learn. I will not accept late assignments for any reason, so please do NOT wait until the last minute to begin them. Grades will be posted automatically as soon as you submit the assignment.

Quarterly Discussions
There are five Discussion Boards, one the first week of class and one associated with each of the four parts of the course. The purpose of the discussion boards is to encourage students to interact with each other. Students that complete all five discussion boards will receive 5 bonus points, so long as they follow the instructions associated with each discussion board.

Instructor Email

khunley@unm.edu

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50183 ANTH 150.007 3 Evolution and Human Emergence FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Muller, Martin ARR ARR Online

ANTH 150.007 Evolution and Human Emergence

Catalog Description

Fundamentals of biological anthropology and principles of organic evolution, in relation to the biology, ecology and behavior of primates and fossil humans. Biological anthropology concentrators are required, and others are encouraged, to enroll concurrently in 151L. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General education Common Core Curriculum.

Instructor Email

muller@unm.edu

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41179 ANTH 160.003 3 Human Life Course FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Thompson, Melissa ARR ARR Online

ANTH 160.003 Human Life Course

Catalog Description

Biology and behavior of the human life course, including the evolution of the life history patterns specific to humans and the impact of population growth and of adaptation to local conditions in promoting human diversity. Students are encouraged, but not required, to enroll concurrently in 161L.

Instructor Email

memery@unm.edu

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60212 ANTH 360.001 3 Human Behavioral Ecology FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Mattison, Siobhan ARR ARR Online

ANTH 360.001 Human Behavioral Ecology

Catalog Description

Introduces students to the fundamental principles of evolutionary theory and their application to human behavior. It surveys current research on human sexuality, mate choice, reproduction and parenting from the perspective of human evolutionary ecology.
Prerequisite: ANTH 150 or ANTH 160 or BIOL 110

Detailed Course Description

This course introduces human behavior from an evolutionary perspective. We will discuss three primary theoretical paradigms, including evolutionary psychology (EP), human behavioral ecology (HBE), and gene-culture coevolution. General theoretical issues will include universal versus flexible behaviors, adaptive versus maladaptive behaviors, and genetic versus cultural transmission of behaviors. Specific topics to be explored may include mate selection and preferences, subsistence, foraging, and sexual division of labor, cooperation, life history, parental investment, kinship and reproduction, social inequality, health behaviors, and cultural evolution. We will also introduce and partake in select methods used in evolutionary investigations of human behavior. This course assumes familiarity with basic evolutionary theory.

Textbooks and Materials

Readings will be made available to you on the Learn website as pdf files. For each module, 2-4 articles or book chapters will be assigned.

Orientation

This course does not have an orientation.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings.

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing.

Testing

Three exams, each worth 100 points, will be given during the term.

Instructor Email

smattison@unm.edu

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Architecture
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
38964 ARCH 121.010 3 Introduction to Architecture FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Maniatis, Efthimios ARR ARR Online

ARCH 121.010 Introduction to Architecture

Catalog Description

Lectures and exercises introduce architecture, design, and creative process through an analysis of their social, historical, and technical determinants. Emphasis on 20th and 21st century architecture with an introduction to the profession and sustainability.

Instructor Email

maniatis@unm.edu

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Art History
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
41676 ARTH 101.004 3 Introduction to Art
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FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Meredith, Ruth ARR ARR Online

ARTH 101.004 Introduction to Art

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The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

A beginning course in the fundamental concepts of the visual arts; the language of form and the media of artistic expression. Readings and slide lectures supplemented by museum exhibition attendance. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area V: Humanities and Fine Arts.

Detailed Course Description

Our media based society is saturated with visual images. Art is used to sell ideas, objects and ways of life. We can be exploited by the persuasive expressiveness of visual language. The power of art to shape our imaginations means that visual literacy should be treated as a critical thinking skill that is as important as reading and writing.

There is a vast difference between someone who is visually literate and someone who simply knows what they like, but too often, this goes unnoticed. Sure, each viewer is entitled to their own interpretation of a work. The meaning of a work of art is grounded in the viewer's experiences. It is inherently subjective and personal. But that does not make it arbitrary. Even though there is no right answer, there are plenty of wrong answers which means that uncritical viewers can be led by the nose.

In this course, students will learn to use the process of visual analysis to interpret the meaning of works of art from different cultures and times (including our own). Visual analysis is a skill and, like all skills, requires practice. This course is designed to provide the practice which will help students develop the kind of critical thinking relevant to evaluating the images that bombard us day in and day out.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

You need to buy this book: Gateways to Art: Understanding the Visual Arts, 2nd edition. Debra DeWitte, Ralph Larmann and Kathryn Shields
NY: Thames and Hudson, 2015 ISBN:978-0-500-84090-0

Available online: Meredith Visual Literacy Workbook (VLW) PDF
Please download the PDF to make it easier to use for the weekly reading assignments.

Orientation

This course does not have an orientation.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings.

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing.

Testing

Exams will be in essay format. You will be expected to use the appropriate descriptive vocabulary and concepts covered in the course in your essays.

The midterm exam will be based on a visit to an actual museum. The final exam project will involve research.

Instructor Email

ruthmrdth@gmail.com

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60045 ARTH 407.002 3 Museum Practices FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Bellmore, Audra ARR ARR Online

ARTH 407.002 Museum Practices

Catalog Description

(Also offered as MSST 407 / 507)

History, philosophy and purposes of museums. Techniques and problems of museum administration, education, collection, exhibition, conservation and public relations.

{Offered upon demand}

Detailed Course Description

This course is designed to introduce students to contemporary issues and basic practices in museums. Course modules will combine lecture notes, on-line discussion forums, site visits, readings, research and writing assignments. The goal of this course is to help students understand and have basic familiarity with the history of museums; types of museums; management of museums, including the staffing of museums; and the care, interpretation and exhibition of museum collections. Each student will have the opportunity to choose their own local Museum Case Study site, which will serve as the basis for both field experience and evaluation projects.

Textbooks and Materials

All readings are available in PDF format within LEARN

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing is not a required part of the course, but can be arranged on an individual/as-needed basis.

Testing

There is one final examination in this course.

Instructor Email

abellmor@unm.edu

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60046 ARTH 507.002 3 Museum Practices FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Bellmore, Audra ARR ARR Online

ARTH 507.002 Museum Practices

Catalog Description

(Also offered as MSST 407 / 507)

History, philosophy and purposes of museums. Techniques and problems of museum administration, education, collection, exhibition, conservation and public relations.

{Offered upon demand}

Detailed Course Description

This course is designed to introduce students to contemporary issues and basic practices in museums. Course modules will combine lecture notes, on-line discussion forums, site visits, readings, research and writing assignments. The goal of this course is to help students understand and have basic familiarity with the history of museums; types of museums; management of museums, including the staffing of museums; and the care, interpretation and exhibition of museum collections. Each student will have the opportunity to choose their own local Museum Case Study site, which will serve as the basis for both field experience and evaluation projects.

Textbooks and Materials

All readings are available in PDF format within LEARN

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing is not a required part of the course, but can be arranged on an individual/as-needed basis.

Testing

There is one final examination in this course.

Instructor Email

abellmor@unm.edu

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Art Studio
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
63004 ARTS 231.001 3 Video Art I FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Tsiongas, Mary ARR ARR Online

ARTS 231.001 Video Art I

Catalog Description

An investigation of video as a medium within a fine art context. Course will explore history, theory, and contemporary art issues associated with video art practice as well as develop student's mastery of technical skills.
Prerequisite: ARTS 130

Detailed Course Description

This studio class is an in-depth introduction to video as an art form; the focus will include theory, history and practice of video art as an extension of visual art and it’s multiple forms. Video Art’s roots lie in consumer technology, TV, cultural, political and avant-garde film history. Primarily a time and light based medium, Video Art’s short history encompasses technological (and scientific) developments, cultural movements and has recently become a ubiquitous art practice. This class aims to challenge notions of what video art is, and can be. Students are expected to think outside the box and try new approaches to time-based media.

The class will help students to further develop their personal video work while experimenting with various modes of styles of video art. The tutorials and online videos explored in the class are within a context defined by the history, aesthetics, and theory of video art practice. The emphasis of this class is on the student finding their own personal voice, and incorporating an innovative approach to their video work. Students are also expected to achieve a level of technical competence and confidence needed to undertake more ambitious and sophisticated work. Current and significant contemporary video works and critical writings will be viewed, and reviewed in the online platform for the class.

Textbooks and Materials

All reading materials will be available in pdf form and offered online. Students should have access to a camera capable of recording video if they are not near UNM to check one out of the Art Department. Students should also have access to a computer with video editing software to complete assignments. Adobe Premiere Pro is preferred, but other software such as Final Cut, iMovie or Windows Movie Maker are acceptable. Video work will be accepted/ exported either as .mov or MP4 files only (no AVI). Email instructor with any questions.

Orientation

This course has an orientation.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

This course does not have exams

Instructor Email

tsiongas@unm.edu

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56909 ARTS 389.011 3 T: Experiencing the Arts - Info Visual FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Chen, Xuan ARR ARR Online

ARTS 389.011 T: Experiencing the Arts - Info Visual

Catalog Description

Concentrated practical and historical study of specified concerns in studio art.

Open only to undergraduates enrolled in the Pre-professional curricula of the College of Fine Arts. Students in Art Education curricula and majors in Art enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences may enroll with permission of the department chairperson.

Restriction: Permission of instructor.

Detailed Course Description

We live in an era of information overload. Today’s big challenge is not about generating information, but how to analyze them. Vast amount of information is generated every moment by humans, computers, and instruments. It is impractical for one to draw insights and understanding of the information by looking at the enormous numbers and texts. Human beings are inherently far better at understanding visual information, such as pictures or interactive visual presentations, which are transformed from abstract numbers and texts by data visualization methods. As a result, some of the most powerful statements in science and humanity are not made in words, but in visualization.
This 16-week online course will introduce students to the field of information/data visualization. The course covers the fundamentals of data visualization methods and theories, such as data types, visualization types, visualization techniques, structures of data visualization, color theory, graphic design principles, and visualization evaluation. Students will learn basic visualization design and evaluation principles and tools through weekly readings and demonstrations. Students will also learn how to acquire and analyze datasets through assignments and discussions. The class aims to give a visual, intuitive, hands-on understanding of data presentation suitable for all majors and fields. Formal math and science skills are kept to an absolute minimum. Weekly hands-on assignments and evaluations will be given.
The class will use a system developed at UNM to encourage mutual critique and community building in an online environment. Open to any student who is interested in the visual design of data. Programming experience is not necessary.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Title: Envisioning Information by Edward R. Tufte, Publisher: Graphics Pr (May 1990) Language: English, ISBN-10: 0961392118 ISBN-13: 978-0961392116

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

This course does not have exams

Instructor Email

xchen@unm.edu

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56910 ARTS 429.011 3 T: Experiencing the Arts - Info Visual FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Chen, Xuan ARR ARR Online

ARTS 429.011 T: Experiencing the Arts - Info Visual

Catalog Description

Course work determined by specific student need or by the professor’s current research.

Open only to undergraduates enrolled in the Pre-professional curricula of the College of Fine Arts. Students in Art Education curricula and majors in Art enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences may enroll with permission of the department chairperson.

Restriction: Permission of instructor.

Detailed Course Description

We live in an era of information overload. Today’s big challenge is not about generating information, but how to analyze them. Vast amount of information is generated every moment by humans, computers, and instruments. It is impractical for one to draw insights and understanding of the information by looking at the enormous numbers and texts. Human beings are inherently far better at understanding visual information, such as pictures or interactive visual presentations, which are transformed from abstract numbers and texts by data visualization methods. As a result, some of the most powerful statements in science and humanity are not made in words, but in visualization.
This 16-week online course will introduce students to the field of information/data visualization. The course covers the fundamentals of data visualization methods and theories, such as data types, visualization types, visualization techniques, structures of data visualization, color theory, graphic design principles, and visualization evaluation. Students will learn basic visualization design and evaluation principles and tools through weekly readings and demonstrations. Students will also learn how to acquire and analyze datasets through assignments and discussions. The class aims to give a visual, intuitive, hands-on understanding of data presentation suitable for all majors and fields. Formal math and science skills are kept to an absolute minimum. Weekly hands-on assignments and evaluations will be given.
The class will use a system developed at UNM to encourage mutual critique and community building in an online environment. Open to any student who is interested in the visual design of data. Programming experience is not necessary.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Title: Envisioning Information by Edward R. Tufte, Publisher: Graphics Pr (May 1990) Language: English, ISBN-10: 0961392118 ISBN-13: 978-0961392116

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

This course does not have exams

Instructor Email

xchen@unm.edu

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56911 ARTS 529.011 3 T: Experiencing the Arts - Info Visual FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Chen, Xuan ARR ARR Online

ARTS 529.011 T: Experiencing the Arts - Info Visual

Catalog Description

Course work determined by specific student need or by the professor's current research.

Detailed Course Description

We live in an era of information overload. Today’s big challenge is not about generating information, but how to analyze them. Vast amount of information is generated every moment by humans, computers, and instruments. It is impractical for one to draw insights and understanding of the information by looking at the enormous numbers and texts. Human beings are inherently far better at understanding visual information, such as pictures or interactive visual presentations, which are transformed from abstract numbers and texts by data visualization methods. As a result, some of the most powerful statements in science and humanity are not made in words, but in visualization.
This 16-week online course will introduce students to the field of information/data visualization. The course covers the fundamentals of data visualization methods and theories, such as data types, visualization types, visualization techniques, structures of data visualization, color theory, graphic design principles, and visualization evaluation. Students will learn basic visualization design and evaluation principles and tools through weekly readings and demonstrations. Students will also learn how to acquire and analyze datasets through assignments and discussions. The class aims to give a visual, intuitive, hands-on understanding of data presentation suitable for all majors and fields. Formal math and science skills are kept to an absolute minimum. Weekly hands-on assignments and evaluations will be given.
The class will use a system developed at UNM to encourage mutual critique and community building in an online environment. Open to any student who is interested in the visual design of data. Programming experience is not necessary.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Title: Envisioning Information by Edward R. Tufte, Publisher: Graphics Pr (May 1990) Language: English, ISBN-10: 0961392118 ISBN-13: 978-0961392116

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

This course does not have exams

Instructor Email

xchen@unm.edu

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Arts Leadership and Business
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
61985 ALB 250.005 3 Business of Being an Artist FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Lovell, Laurel ARR ARR Online

ALB 250.005 Business of Being an Artist

Catalog Description

Survey of arts management terms and concepts with an emphasis on the creative workforce and economy, business of art, nonprofit management, and arts career development strategies. Students develop a career plan that informs their academic directions.

Instructor Email

jlovell@unm.edu

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61986 ALB 365.001 3 Social Media Arts Marketing
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FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Rhien, Paul ARR ARR Online

ALB 365.001 Social Media Arts Marketing

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The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

Emphasis on developing a Web presence and using social media tools for arts marketing and promotion. Real world projects and case discussions will assist in understanding social media marketing practices and strategies.

Detailed Course Description

Emphasis on developing a Web presence and using social media tools for arts marketing and promotion. Real-world projects and case discussions will assist in understanding social media marketing practices and strategies.

Social media has become much more than a means for person-to-person communication and content sharing. Brands, both personal and corporate, have had to adapt to find their place in the conversation. This course will integrate today's best practices with tools and strategies for effective marketing.

Arts managers and arts entrepreneurs have to find their place in the online conversation without becoming added noise. Standing out by engaging your audience is more important than ever. We will explore various social media channels and how they're used, as well as discover content planning, measurement and evaluation, and more.

Ultimately, the assignments within this course will provide you with the tools and strategies needed to create and execute a successful social media content marketing plan.rencing or on campus face to face meetings. Contact your instructor for more information

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Required Textbook:

Social Media Strategy: Marketing, Advertising, and Public Relations in the Consumer Revolution 2nd Edition, by Keith A. Quesenberry (Author)
ISBN: 1538101351

Recommended and/or Optional Textbooks, Journals and Articles:
PDF and URL links provided in Learn for online readings

Orientation

Orientation takes place in the course during the first week of the semester.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

An optional instructor open office hour session is scheduled for the mid-point in the semester.

The instructor is available to meet with students virtually via web-conferencing throughout the term, by appointment.

Instructor Email

paulrhien@unm.edu

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Astronomy
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
46485 ASTR 101.010 3 Introduction to Astronomy FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Bansal, Karishma ARR ARR Online

ASTR 101.010 Introduction to Astronomy

Catalog Description

Conceptual description of our fascinating universe: early astronomy, Newtonian synthesis, Earth, Moon, planets, asteroids, comets, the sun, our solar system, stars, black holes, galaxies, dark matter, dark energy and cosmological mysteries. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area III: Science (NMCCN 1114).

Instructor Email

kbansal@unm.edu

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22698 ASTR 101L.021 1 Astronomy Laboratory FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Lewis, Megan ARR ARR Online

ASTR 101L.021 Astronomy Laboratory

Catalog Description

Intended as an adjunct to ASTR 101, this course deals with elementary techniques in astronomical observations. Two hours lab. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area III: Science (NMCCN 1114).

Pre- or corequisite: ASTR 101

Detailed Course Description

Intended as an adjunct to ASTR 101, this course deals with elementary techniques in astronomical observations. The lab focuses on the measurements used in astronomy and the course consists of two observing projects as well as weekly background reading and quizzes based on activities in the reading.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings.
If you need to talk to me face to face about the course or your progress in it, please send me a message through UNM Learn and we can arrange a time to meet. Instead, there are weekly online quizzes and two graded observing projects.

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

This course does not have exams.

Instructor Email

melewis@unm.edu

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Biology
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
62935 BIOL 110.002 3 Biology Non-Majors
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FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Witt, Satya ARR ARR Online

BIOL 110.002 Biology Non-Majors

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The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Catalog Description

Biological principles important for the non-major in today’s world. Ecological, evolutionary and molecular topics. Three lectures. (Credit not allowed for both 110 and 123/124L).

Detailed Course Description

Biological principles important for the non-major in today’s world. Ecological, evolutionary and molecular topics. Three lectures. (Credit not allowed for both 110 and 123/124L).

This course is an introduction to the science of biology for the non-science major. You will learn how living things function at the molecular, cellular, and organismal levels. We will explore how important concepts in biology relate to our daily lives. New discoveries are being made in biology every day, in part due to continuously improving biological technologies. A better understanding of biology can make you a better citizen of the world.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Biology for a Changing World, Third Edition, copyright 2018, Michele Shuster, Janet Vigna, Gunjan Sinha, Matthew Tontonoz.

Technical Equipment and Software

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Orientation

Please complete the Welcome Module for your Course Orientation.

Web Conferencing

There is no required web-conferencing in this course, but online office hours are offered via web-conferencing.

Testing

Exams are conducted entirely online. Exams are timed, but not proctored, and you may use your notes.

Instructor Email

smwitt@unm.edu

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61493 BIOL 110.100 3 Biology Non-Majors
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FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Witt, Satya ARR ARR Online

BIOL 110.100 Biology Non-Majors

The Golden Paw Seal.

The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

Biological principles important for the non-major in today’s world. Ecological, evolutionary and molecular topics. Three lectures. (Credit not allowed for both 110 and 123/124L).

Detailed Course Description

Biological principles important for the non-major in today’s world. Ecological, evolutionary and molecular topics. Three lectures. (Credit not allowed for both 110 and 123/124L).

This course is an introduction to the science of biology for the non-science major. You will learn how living things function at the molecular, cellular, and organismal levels. We will explore how important concepts in biology relate to our daily lives. New discoveries are being made in biology every day, in part due to continuously improving biological technologies. A better understanding of biology can make you a better citizen of the world.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Biology for a Changing World, Third Edition, copyright 2018, Michele Shuster, Janet Vigna, Gunjan Sinha, Matthew Tontonoz.

Technical Equipment and Software

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Orientation

Please complete the Welcome Module for your Course Orientation.

Web Conferencing

There is no required web-conferencing in this course, but online office hours are offered via web-conferencing.

Testing

Exams are conducted entirely online. Exams are timed, but not proctored, and you may use your notes.

Instructor Email

smwitt@unm.edu

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62936 BIOL 112L.100 1 Biology Laboratory for Non-Majors FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Witt, Satya TR 1700-1815 Online

BIOL 112L.100 Biology Laboratory for Non-Majors

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Catalog Description

An optional laboratory which may be taken concurrently with or subsequent to 110. One 3-hour lab per week including plant and animal diversity, techniques and investigation of current issues. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area III: Science. Pre- or corequisite: BIOL 110

Detailed Course Description

This lab course may be taken concurrently with or subsequent to its companion lecture course, BIOL 110, Biology for Non-majors. We will explore current biological research at the molecular, cellular, organismal, and population levels. You will learn to apply the scientific method to investigate wide- ranging topics in biology.

Textbooks and Materials

Required Textbook: Lab Manual for Biology 112 Online: Biology Laboratory for Non-Majors, by Satya Maliakal Witt, available at UNM's Dane Smith Copy Center.

Required Materials:
You will need to acquire the following materials to complete your at-home experiments:
• Bowl for mashing avocado
• 1 large avocado
• Knife
• Spoon
• Fork
• Plastic containers, 4-6” diameter (2)
• Freshly-squeezed juice from 1 lemon or lime
• 3 clean disposable plastic containers, ~ 8 oz capacity
• 1 chicken bouillon cube
• 2 packages plain gelatin (14 oz) or 1 Tblsp agar-agar (avail at Asian groceries)
• 3 tsps white cane sugar
• 1 cup water
• 3 clean Q-tips
• Any materials specific to your microbial experiment (soap, hand sanitizer, vinegar, etc.)
• 3 ounces of bleach
• Access to a stove or microwave, and a refrigerator
• 2 packets of yeast
• 2 small, clean, clear plastic soda bottles (16 oz or smaller)
• 1 teaspoon of Splenda
• 1?2 cup luke-warm water
• 2 small balloons (~9 inch size works best)
• 1 small package of shelled, striped sunflower seeds (~1.5 oz)

Orientation

The welcome module during the first week will serve as your course orientation.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

You will be meeting live via web conferencing with your TA and course members during your regularly scheduled times for your section as noted in the UNM Schedule of Classes.

Testing

All assessments, including exams, will be completed online.

Instructor Email

smwitt@unm.edu

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62937 BIOL 112L.101 1 Biology Laboratory for Non-Majors FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Witt, Satya TR 1700-1815 Online

BIOL 112L.101 Biology Laboratory for Non-Majors

Catalog Description

An optional laboratory which may be taken concurrently with or subsequent to 110. One 3-hour lab per week including plant and animal diversity, techniques and investigation of current issues. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area III: Science. Pre- or corequisite: BIOL 110

Detailed Course Description

This lab course may be taken concurrently with or subsequent to its companion lecture course, BIOL 110, Biology for Non-majors. We will explore current biological research at the molecular, cellular, organismal, and population levels. You will learn to apply the scientific method to investigate wide- ranging topics in biology.

Textbooks and Materials

Required Textbook: Lab Manual for Biology 112 Online: Biology Laboratory for Non-Majors, by Satya Maliakal Witt, available at UNM's Dane Smith Copy Center.

Required Materials:
You will need to acquire the following materials to complete your at-home experiments:
• Bowl for mashing avocado
• 1 large avocado
• Knife
• Spoon
• Fork
• Plastic containers, 4-6” diameter (2)
• Freshly-squeezed juice from 1 lemon or lime
• 3 clean disposable plastic containers, ~ 8 oz capacity
• 1 chicken bouillon cube
• 2 packages plain gelatin (14 oz) or 1 Tblsp agar-agar (avail at Asian groceries)
• 3 tsps white cane sugar
• 1 cup water
• 3 clean Q-tips
• Any materials specific to your microbial experiment (soap, hand sanitizer, vinegar, etc.)
• 3 ounces of bleach
• Access to a stove or microwave, and a refrigerator
• 2 packets of yeast
• 2 small, clean, clear plastic soda bottles (16 oz or smaller)
• 1 teaspoon of Splenda
• 1?2 cup luke-warm water
• 2 small balloons (~9 inch size works best)
• 1 small package of shelled, striped sunflower seeds (~1.5 oz)

Orientation

The welcome module during the first week will serve as your course orientation.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

You will be meeting live via web conferencing with your TA and course members during your regularly scheduled times for your section as noted in the UNM Schedule of Classes.

Testing

All assessments, including exams, will be completed online.

Instructor Email

smwitt@unm.edu

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51867 BIOL 123.100 3 Biology for Health Related Sciences and Non-Majors FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Hanelt, Ben ARR ARR Online

BIOL 123.100 Biology for Health Related Sciences and Non-Majors

Catalog Description

Principles of cell biology, genetics and organismic biology. (Credit not allowed for both 123 and 110. Not accepted toward a Biology major.)

Instructor Email

bhanelt@unm.edu

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62689 BIOL 419.001 3 T: Museum Practices FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Bellmore, Audra ARR ARR Online

BIOL 419.001 T: Museum Practices

Catalog Description

Continually changing selection of section that satisfy upper-division Interdisciplinary breadth requirement

Detailed Course Description

This course is designed to introduce students to contemporary issues and basic practices in museums. Course modules will combine lecture notes, on-line discussion forums, site visits, readings, research and writing assignments. The goal of this course is to help students understand and have basic familiarity with the history of museums; types of museums; management of museums, including the staffing of museums; and the care, interpretation and exhibition of museum collections. Each student will have the opportunity to choose their own local Museum Case Study site, which will serve as the basis for both field experience and evaluation projects.

Textbooks and Materials

All readings are available in PDF format within LEARN

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing is not a required part of the course, but can be arranged on an individual/as-needed basis.

Testing

There is one final examination in this course.

Instructor Email

abellmor@unm.edu

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63563 BIOL 419.004 3 T: Human Behavioral Ecology FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Mattison, Siobhan ARR ARR Online

BIOL 419.004 T: Human Behavioral Ecology

Catalog Description

Continually changing selection of section that satisfy upper-division Interdisciplinary breadth requirement

Detailed Course Description

This course introduces human behavior from an evolutionary perspective. We will discuss three primary theoretical paradigms, including evolutionary psychology (EP), human behavioral ecology (HBE), and gene-culture coevolution. General theoretical issues will include universal versus flexible behaviors, adaptive versus maladaptive behaviors, and genetic versus cultural transmission of behaviors. Specific topics to be explored may include mate selection and preferences, subsistence, foraging, and sexual division of labor, cooperation, life history, parental investment, kinship and reproduction, social inequality, health behaviors, and cultural evolution. We will also introduce and partake in select methods used in evolutionary investigations of human behavior. This course assumes familiarity with basic evolutionary theory.

Textbooks and Materials

Readings will be made available to you on the Learn website as pdf files. For each module, 2-4 articles or book chapters will be assigned.

Orientation

This course does not have an orientation.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings.

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing.

Testing

Three exams, each worth 100 points, will be given during the term.

Instructor Email

smattison@unm.edu

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62690 BIOL 519.003 3 T: Museum Practices FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Bellmore, Audra ARR ARR Online

BIOL 519.003 T: Museum Practices

Catalog Description

Continually changing selection of section that satisfy upper-division Interdisciplinary breadth requirement.

Detailed Course Description

This course is designed to introduce students to contemporary issues and basic practices in museums. Course modules will combine lecture notes, on-line discussion forums, site visits, readings, research and writing assignments. The goal of this course is to help students understand and have basic familiarity with the history of museums; types of museums; management of museums, including the staffing of museums; and the care, interpretation and exhibition of museum collections. Each student will have the opportunity to choose their own local Museum Case Study site, which will serve as the basis for both field experience and evaluation projects.

Textbooks and Materials

All readings are available in PDF format within LEARN

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing is not a required part of the course, but can be arranged on an individual/as-needed basis.

Testing

There is one final examination in this course.

Instructor Email

abellmor@unm.edu

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Biomedical Engineering
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
63585 BME 547.002 3 Biomedical Engineering Research Practices FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Graves, Steven TR 1100 - 1215 Online

BME 547.002 Biomedical Engineering Research Practices

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: TR
Meeting Times: 1100 - 1215 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

(Also offered as CBE 547 / 447)

Students will develop research, presentation, and scientific writing skills for theses, proposals, invention disclosures and journal articles. The course includes oral presentations, case studies of research ethics, technology transfer and manuscript preparation.

Restriction: permission of instructor.

Instructor Email

graves@unm.edu

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55692 BME 558.080 3 Methods of Analysis in Bioengineering FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Petsev, Dimiter MW 1300-1415 Online

BME 558.080 Methods of Analysis in Bioengineering

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: MW
Meeting Times: 1300-1415 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

Presents applied analytical and numerical mathematical methods in the context of biomedical engineering problems. Introduces statistical methods for the design of experiments and analysis of experimental data in research and development activities.

Restriction: permission of instructor.

Instructor Email

dimiter@unm.edu

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Chemical and Biological Engineering
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
57076 CBE 412.080 3 Characterization Methods for Nanostructures FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Datye, Abhaya M 1500 - 1730 Online

CBE 412.080 Characterization Methods for Nanostructures

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: M
Meeting Times: 1500 - 1730 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

(Also offered as CHEM 469 / 569, NSMS 412 / 512)

Nanostructure characterization methods. Examine principles underlying techniques and limitations, and how to interpret data from each method: electron beam, scanning probe, x-ray, neutron scattering, optical and near field optical. Lab demonstrations and projects provide experience.

Instructor Email

datye@unm.edu

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61398 CBE 486.003 2 Introduction to Statistics and Design of Experiments FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Dirk, Elizabeth WF 1300-1350 Online

CBE 486.003 Introduction to Statistics and Design of Experiments

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: WF
Meeting Times: 1300-1350 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

This course will introduce computational tools and statistical methods important for chemical engineering practice, including fundamental concepts of statistics, numerical statistical analysis applications and methods for the design of experiments.

Restriction: admitted to B.S.Ch.E. program.

Instructor Email

eldirk@salud.unm.edu

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63583 CBE 502.003 3 Chemical and Biological Engineering Research Practices FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Graves, Steven TR 1100 - 1215 Online

CBE 502.003 Chemical and Biological Engineering Research Practices

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: TR
Meeting Times: 1100 - 1215 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

Students will work on developing research proposals for their masters or doctoral degree. The course will involve oral presentations of proposals and journal article critiques.

Instructor Email

graves@unm.edu

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55500 CBE 512.080 3 Characterization Methods for Nanostructures FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Datye, Abhaya M 1500 - 1730 Online

CBE 512.080 Characterization Methods for Nanostructures

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: M
Meeting Times: 1500 - 1730 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

(Also offered as CHEM 569 / 469, NSMS 512 / 412)

Nanostructure characterization methods. Examine principles underlying techniques and limitations, and how to interpret data from each method: electron beam, scanning probe, x-ray, neutron scattering, optical and near field optical. Lab demonstrations and projects provide experience.

Instructor Email

datye@unm.edu

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60546 CBE 521.003 3 Advanced Transport Phenomena I FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Han, Sang Eon TR 1400-1515 Online

CBE 521.003 Advanced Transport Phenomena I

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: TR
Meeting Times: 1400-1515 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

Equations of change applied to momentum, energy and mass transfer. Analogies between these phenomena and their limitations. Transport dependent on two independent variables, unsteady state problems.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

. Byron Bird, Warren E. Stewart, and Edwin N. Lightfoot, Transport
Phenomena, Revised 2nd Ed. (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2007) ISBN 978-0-470-11539-8
Later editions are acceptable.

Instructor Email

sehan@unm.edu

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55686 CBE 525.080 3 Methods of Analysis in Nuclear, Chemical and Biological Engineering FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Petsev, Dimiter MW 1300-1415 Online

CBE 525.080 Methods of Analysis in Nuclear, Chemical and Biological Engineering

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: MW
Meeting Times: 1300-1415 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

(Also offered as NE 525)

Mathematical methods used in chemical and nuclear engineering; partial differential equations of series solutions transport processes, integral transforms. Applications in heat transfer, fluid mechanics and neutron diffusion. Separation of variables eigen function expansion

Instructor Email

dimiter@unm.edu

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61401 CBE 586.003 2 Introduction to Statistics and Design of Experiments FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Dirk, Elizabeth WF 1300-1350 Online

CBE 586.003 Introduction to Statistics and Design of Experiments

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: WF
Meeting Times: 1300-1350 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

This course will introduce computational tools and statistical methods important for chemical engineering practice, including fundamental concepts of statistics, numerical statistical analysis applications and methods for the design of experiments.

Restriction: admitted to B.S.Ch.E. program.

Instructor Email

eldirk@salud.unm.edu

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Chemistry
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
54097 CHEM 115.001 2 Preparation for Chemistry FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Ho, Kuang-Chiu ARR ARR Online

CHEM 115.001 Preparation for Chemistry

Catalog Description

A preparatory course for students who feel they are not prepared, or who do not have the prerequisite requirements for, CHEM 121/123L. A grade of "CR" can be used as placement into CHEM 121/123L.

Offered on a CR/NC basis only.

Instructor Email

khoj@unm.edu

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60462 CHEM 469.080 3 Characterization Methods for Nanostructures FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Datye, Abhaya M 1500 - 1730 Online

CHEM 469.080 Characterization Methods for Nanostructures

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: M
Meeting Times: 1500 - 1730 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

Nanostructure characterization methods. Examine principles underlying techniques and limitations, and how to interpret data from each method: electron beam, scanning probe, x-ray, neutron scattering, optical and near field optical. Lab demonstrations and projects provide experience.

Instructor Email

datye@unm.edu

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60466 CHEM 569.080 3 Characterization Methods for Nanostructures FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Datye, Abhaya M 1500 - 1730 Online

CHEM 569.080 Characterization Methods for Nanostructures

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: M
Meeting Times: 1500 - 1730 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

Nanostructure characterization methods. Examine principles underlying techniques and limitations, and how to interpret data from each method: electron beam, scanning probe, x-ray, neutron scattering, optical and near field optical. Lab demonstrations and projects provide experience.

Instructor Email

datye@unm.edu

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Chicana and Chicano Studies
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
49987 CCS 109.001 3 Introduction to Comparative Global and Ethnic Societies FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Winder, Tanaya ARR ARR Online

CCS 109.001 Introduction to Comparative Global and Ethnic Societies

Catalog Description

The course explores historical and contemporary social forces that impact ethnic communities across the Americas. Students will examine social and economic dynamics of Indigenous, Latino, Asian-Pacific, Africana communities, and women's experiences.

Detailed Course Description

This course explores historical and contemporary social forces that impact diverse ethnic
communities across the Americas. Throughout the course, students examine economic and
sociocultural dynamics of Indigenous, Latino, Asian-Pacific, Africana communities and
women’s lived experiences within and across these communities, particularly as these
experiences intersect within the United States. Each of these population groupings is composed
of peoples of different nationalities/genders, sexual orientations, and heritage groups who may
share a common racial, linguistic, religious, cultural, and/or historical background. In addition,
the course seeks to provide an overview of complex global and international political and
economic systems that impact the social make up and well being of diverse and gendered
populations in the United States.

Textbooks and Materials

All readings will be made available online through Learn or links via internet

Orientation

This course does not have an orientation

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course has web conferencing. Optional as needed by students

Testing

In lieu of exams, this class has essays and papers.

Instructor Email

tanaya.winder@gmail.com

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58093 CCS 109.003 3 Introduction to Comparative Global and Ethnic Societies FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Perea, Patricia ARR ARR Online

CCS 109.003 Introduction to Comparative Global and Ethnic Societies

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Catalog Description

The course explores historical and contemporary social forces that impact ethnic communities across the Americas. Students will examine social and economic dynamics of Indigenous, Latino, Asian-Pacific, Africana communities, and women's experiences.

Instructor Email

pereapm@unm.edu

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58447 CCS 109.004 3 Introduction to Comparative Global and Ethnic Societies FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Perea, Patricia ARR ARR Online

CCS 109.004 Introduction to Comparative Global and Ethnic Societies

Catalog Description

The course explores historical and contemporary social forces that impact ethnic communities across the Americas. Students will examine social and economic dynamics of Indigenous, Latino, Asian-Pacific, Africana communities, and women's experiences.

Instructor Email

pereapm@unm.edu

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47146 CCS 201.001 3 Introduction to Chicana and Chicano Studies FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Santos, Moises ARR ARR Online

CCS 201.001 Introduction to Chicana and Chicano Studies

Catalog Description

Introductory survey of the Mexican American experience in the United States, with special reference to New Mexico. Exploration of historical, political, social, and cultural dimensions.

Instructor Email

santosm@unm.edu

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58087 CCS 201.003 3 Introduction to Chicana and Chicano Studies FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Perea, Patricia ARR ARR Online

CCS 201.003 Introduction to Chicana and Chicano Studies

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Catalog Description

Introductory survey of the Mexican American experience in the United States, with special reference to New Mexico. Exploration of historical, political, social, and cultural dimensions.

Instructor Email

pereapm@unm.edu

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53942 CCS 201.004 3 Introduction to Chicana and Chicano Studies FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Caballero, Patricia ARR ARR Online

CCS 201.004 Introduction to Chicana and Chicano Studies

Catalog Description

Introductory survey of the Mexican American experience in the United States, with special reference to New Mexico. Exploration of historical, political, social, and cultural dimensions.

Instructor Email

proybal@unm.edu

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58912 CCS 201.006 3 Introduction to Chicana and Chicano Studies
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CCS 201.006 Introduction to Chicana and Chicano Studies

The Golden Paw Seal.

The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

Introductory survey of the Mexican American experience in the United States, with special reference to New Mexico. Exploration of historical, political, social, and cultural dimensions.

Instructor Email

csamora@unm.edu

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58448 CCS 201.008 3 Introduction to Chicana and Chicano Studies FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Perea, Patricia ARR ARR Online

CCS 201.008 Introduction to Chicana and Chicano Studies

Catalog Description

Introductory survey of the Mexican American experience in the United States, with special reference to New Mexico. Exploration of historical, political, social, and cultural dimensions.

Instructor Email

pereapm@unm.edu

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58913 CCS 201.009 3 Introduction to Chicana and Chicano Studies
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CCS 201.009 Introduction to Chicana and Chicano Studies

The Golden Paw Seal.

The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Catalog Description

Introductory survey of the Mexican American experience in the United States, with special reference to New Mexico. Exploration of historical, political, social, and cultural dimensions.

Instructor Email

csamora@unm.edu

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58097 CCS 310.002 3 Immigration and Assimilation FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Baca, Jacobo ARR ARR Online

CCS 310.002 Immigration and Assimilation

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Catalog Description

This is a course on the historical, political and sociological dynamics that shaped the Chicana/o experience in America. A main focus will be on immigration history and the "assimilation" process, especially Mexican immigration.

Detailed Course Description

Through course readings, online discussion/participation through message boards and through writing assignments, students will develop a complex, comparative and contextualized knowledge of the history of Chicano immigration and how governmental policy and social pressures for assimilation shaped Chicano identity for more than a century.
Students will be able to demonstrate the ability to analyze, respond to, and participate in discussions of immigration and assimilation, where Chicanos / Latinos / Mexicanos fit in the public discourse, and how government policies have in the past and continue to effect the Chicano/Latino/Mexicano population. Finally, students will have gained an extensive knowledge that will better prepare them to understand and even shape the ongoing public discourse surrounding immigration and assimilation.

Textbooks and Materials

All course readings will be available online via the LEARN course page.

Orientation

A course tour video will be available to registered students the first week of class.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

This course has exams.A midterm and a final exam, typically mixed short and long essays.

Instructor Email

jacobobaca@unm.edu

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58450 CCS 310.003 3 Immigration and Assimilation FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Baca, Jacobo ARR ARR Online

CCS 310.003 Immigration and Assimilation

Catalog Description

This is a course on the historical, political and sociological dynamics that shaped the Chicana/o experience in America. A main focus will be on immigration history and the "assimilation" process, especially Mexican immigration.

Detailed Course Description

Through course readings, online discussion/participation through message boards and through writing assignments, students will develop a complex, comparative and contextualized knowledge of the history of Chicano immigration and how governmental policy and social pressures for assimilation shaped Chicano identity for more than a century.
Students will be able to demonstrate the ability to analyze, respond to, and participate in discussions of immigration and assimilation, where Chicanos / Latinos / Mexicanos fit in the public discourse, and how government policies have in the past and continue to effect the Chicano/Latino/Mexicano population. Finally, students will have gained an extensive knowledge that will better prepare them to understand and even shape the ongoing public discourse surrounding immigration and assimilation.

Textbooks and Materials

All course readings will be available online via the LEARN course page.

Orientation

A course tour video will be available to registered students the first week of class.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

This course has exams.A midterm and a final exam, typically mixed short and long essays.

Instructor Email

jacobobaca@unm.edu

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60536 CCS 330.001 3 Transnational Latina Feminisms FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Smith, Cassie ARR ARR Online

CCS 330.001 Transnational Latina Feminisms

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Catalog Description

This course examines transnational feminist theories, methodologies, and praxis. Students explore how globalization affects Latin American women in the western hemisphere and the possibilities that decolonizing struggles hold for social justice and human rights.

Instructor Email

casita31@unm.edu

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60537 CCS 330.002 3 Transnational Latina Feminisms FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Smith, Cassie ARR ARR Online

CCS 330.002 Transnational Latina Feminisms

Catalog Description

This course examines transnational feminist theories, methodologies, and praxis. Students explore how globalization affects Latin American women in the western hemisphere and the possibilities that decolonizing struggles hold for social justice and human rights.

Instructor Email

casita31@unm.edu

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54810 CCS 332.080 3 Introduction to Chicana Studies FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Perea, Patricia MW 1300-1415 Online

CCS 332.080 Introduction to Chicana Studies

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: MW
Meeting Times: 1300-1415 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

This course is an introduction to the interdisciplinary field of Chicana Studies. Includes historical and contemporary research on labor, political involvement, cultural studies and feminism.

Instructor Email

pereapm@unm.edu

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54793 CCS 342.002 3 Race, Culture, Gender, Class in NM
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CCS 342.002 Race, Culture, Gender, Class in NM

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The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

Hispano and Native perspectives of NM history begin with colonialism, military history, politics, economics, but must also consider culture, gender and class to understand the resilience of people as actors in their own history.

Instructor Email

csamora@unm.edu

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62428 CCS 342.003 3 Race, Culture, Gender, Class in NM FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Barajas, Dina ARR ARR Online

CCS 342.003 Race, Culture, Gender, Class in NM

Catalog Description

Hispano and Native perspectives of NM history begin with colonialism, military history, politics, economics, but must also consider culture, gender and class to understand the resilience of people as actors in their own history.

Detailed Course Description

Hispano and Native perspectives of NM history begin with colonialism, military history, politics, economics, but must also consider culture, gender and class to understand the resilience of people as actors in their own history.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Orientation

This course does not have an orientation

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Testing

This course has a final exam.

Instructor Email

dbaraj12@unm.edu

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57817 CCS 370.002 3 Cultural Studies FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Santos, Moises ARR ARR Online

CCS 370.002 Cultural Studies

Catalog Description

An exploration of a variety of contemporary forms of Chicana and Chicano cultural production and the ways in which these construct and transform individual experiences, everyday life, social relations and power.

Instructor Email

santosm@unm.edu

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60309 CCS 384.001 3 Community-Based Learning in Chicana and Chicano Studies FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Garcia, Joe ARR ARR Online

CCS 384.001 Community-Based Learning in Chicana and Chicano Studies

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Catalog Description

This course offers students the opportunity to engage in community-based learning at a selected Community-Based Organization site of their choice. The course broadens student knowledge and understanding of global and local economic and social realities.

Detailed Course Description

Community Based Learning in Chicana and Chicano Studies is a holistic approach to learning from our communities and integrating that unique knowledge and wisdom back into our fields of study. Community Based Learning will be experienced through a combination of readings, course discussions, videos, reflections and the creation of a Final Project in the form of a Community Asset Map that is unique to the community where you are now living. There are many great resources of community wealth or 'community assets" whether they are individuals, businesses, nonprofit organizations and government agencies that are often unknown to yourself and other people who live in your community. These Community assets are working towards the creation of a more just, wise and sustainable humanity. It is in this course that you help reveal and connect these community assets to each other and to people in your community who might otherwise never know about them. This Community Based Learning formula can be applied to any and all communities of people even though we are exploring this process through the lens of Chicana and Chicano Communities and experience. Our solutions as a humanity are universal.
During this course, You will learn what the essence of Community Based Learning is and how you can apply it. I invite you to take this course and help make a unique contribution to your community and field of study in ways that have never been done before. Thank you. Prof. Garcia

Textbooks and Materials

The Cultural Creatives: How 50 Million People are Changing the World
by Paul H. Ray Ph.D and Sherry Ruth Anderson

ISBN-10: 0609808451

ISBN-13: 978-0609808450

Orientation

Orientation and Welcome Videos are available on the course homepage

Face to Face Meetings

I am available to meet with students who live on or near the UNM Main Campus
otherwise I am only an email or phone call away to help with any questions regarding the course.

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

This course does not have exams

Instructor Email

jgarcia76@unm.edu

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60310 CCS 384.002 3 Community-Based Learning in Chicana and Chicano Studies FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Garcia, Joe ARR ARR Online

CCS 384.002 Community-Based Learning in Chicana and Chicano Studies

Catalog Description

This course offers students the opportunity to engage in community-based learning at a selected Community-Based Organization site of their choice. The course broadens student knowledge and understanding of global and local economic and social realities.

Detailed Course Description

Community Based Learning in Chicana and Chicano Studies is a holistic approach to learning from our communities and integrating that unique knowledge and wisdom back into our fields of study. Community Based Learning will be experienced through a combination of readings, course discussions, videos, reflections and the creation of a Final Project in the form of a Community Asset Map that is unique to the community where you are now living. There are many great resources of community wealth or 'community assets" whether they are individuals, businesses, nonprofit organizations and government agencies that are often unknown to yourself and other people who live in your community. These Community assets are working towards the creation of a more just, wise and sustainable humanity. It is in this course that you help reveal and connect these community assets to each other and to people in your community who might otherwise never know about them. This Community Based Learning formula can be applied to any and all communities of people even though we are exploring this process through the lens of Chicana and Chicano Communities and experience. Our solutions as a humanity are universal.
During this course, You will learn what the essence of Community Based Learning is and how you can apply it. I invite you to take this course and help make a unique contribution to your community and field of study in ways that have never been done before. Thank you. Prof. Garcia

Textbooks and Materials

The Cultural Creatives: How 50 Million People are Changing the World
by Paul H. Ray Ph.D and Sherry Ruth Anderson

ISBN-10: 0609808451

ISBN-13: 978-0609808450

Orientation

Orientation and Welcome Videos are available on the course homepage

Face to Face Meetings

I am available to meet with students who live on or near the UNM Main Campus
otherwise I am only an email or phone call away to help with any questions regarding the course.

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

This course does not have exams

Instructor Email

jgarcia76@unm.edu

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60156 CCS 393.001 3 T: Curaderismo Part 1 FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Torres, Eliseo ARR ARR Online

CCS 393.001 T: Curaderismo Part 1

Catalog Description

Special topics in Chicano Hispano Mexicano Studies are interdisciplinary in nature and draw from the Humanities, Social Sciences, and the Arts. May be repeated as subject matter varies.

Detailed Course Description

This course will take an approach in exploring how our ancestors used traditional healing methods in their everyday lives to cure and help diminish various ailments. Additionally, this course will look on how our ancestors shaped our cultural diversity of yesterday and today, and what the future of this medicine might be. The course features teachings for a multitude of rituals, such hands-on traditional massages for intestinal blockage (empacho), spiritual/energetic cleansings (limpias), laugh therapy (risa terapia) shawl alignments (manteadas), fire cupping (ventosas), and the preparation of medicinal teas, tinctures, and micro-dosages. By the end of the course, students will have a general understanding of traditional medicine of Mexico and the Southwest and it’s historical usages for addressing different ailments when medical care was a scarce resource for many.

Textbooks and Materials

REQUIRED:
Curanderismo: The Art of Traditional Medicine without Borders by Eliseo Torres

Curandero: Traditional Healers of Mexico and the Southwest by Eliseo Torres with Imanol Miranda

Curandero: A Life in Mexican Folk Healing
by Eliseo Torres & Tim Sawyer

OPTIONAL:
Healing with Herbs & Rituals: A Mexican Tradition, Eliseo Torres, edited by Tim Sawyer

Orientation

The orientation can be found within the first module of the course, It will go over certain UNM Learn features that you will be using throughout the semester, such as course languages, My Grades, and Announcements, among others.

Testing

Students are expected to complete the weekly module quizzes that correspond with the course lecture videos in each module. Additionally, students are required to completed group discussions as assigned in the syllabus and a final paper according to the requirements stated in the syllabus as well.

Instructor Email

cheo@unm.edu

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63389 CCS 460.001 3 Chicanos and Latinos in a Global Society FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Aciego, Josue ARR ARR Online

CCS 460.001 Chicanos and Latinos in a Global Society

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Catalog Description

The course examines current theories and debates about globalization from a critical perspective. An emphasis will be placed on the study of Chicano and Latino communities in the U.S. as influenced by globalization.

Detailed Course Description

This course examines the economic, social, and political circumstances of Latinos during a modern era of globalization. The course focuses on the unique challenges that Latino individuals and families face as part of their post-immigration experiences. The course focuses on issues of education, labor, and well-being as indicators of social development as a field of study seeking to create equitable opportunities for Latinos. Readings begin with a foundational understanding of globalization followed by an examination of Mexicans and other Latinos and by an examination of specific issues such as health. The readings in the course come from a variety of sources that widen our understanding of the socioeconomic and sociopolitical forces faced by these immigrant communities. Considerable attention is given to indigenous immigrants and their functioning as an emerging and important population.

Textbooks and Materials

All of the course readings and books will be available either through UNM LEARN or through the UNM libraries website.

Orientation

The orientation overview is the first link/part of the course's first module.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have any mandatory face-to-face meetings. However, if a student needs a face-to-face meeting for any reason the instructor is willing to arrange one.

Web Conferencing

There will be some assignments in which the students will have the option to do web conferencing. However, the course requirements can be fulfilled without web conferencing.

Testing

All major assignments in this class are essay and discussion type assignments.

Instructor Email

acieg002@unm.edu

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63390 CCS 460.002 3 Chicanos and Latinos in a Global Society FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Aciego, Josue ARR ARR Online

CCS 460.002 Chicanos and Latinos in a Global Society

Catalog Description

The course examines current theories and debates about globalization from a critical perspective. An emphasis will be placed on the study of Chicano and Latino communities in the U.S. as influenced by globalization.

Detailed Course Description

This course examines the economic, social, and political circumstances of Latinos during a modern era of globalization. The course focuses on the unique challenges that Latino individuals and families face as part of their post-immigration experiences. The course focuses on issues of education, labor, and well-being as indicators of social development as a field of study seeking to create equitable opportunities for Latinos. Readings begin with a foundational understanding of globalization followed by an examination of Mexicans and other Latinos and by an examination of specific issues such as health. The readings in the course come from a variety of sources that widen our understanding of the socioeconomic and sociopolitical forces faced by these immigrant communities. Considerable attention is given to indigenous immigrants and their functioning as an emerging and important population.

Textbooks and Materials

All of the course readings and books will be available either through UNM LEARN or through the UNM libraries website.

Orientation

The orientation overview is the first link/part of the course's first module.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have any mandatory face-to-face meetings. However, if a student needs a face-to-face meeting for any reason the instructor is willing to arrange one.

Web Conferencing

There will be some assignments in which the students will have the option to do web conferencing. However, the course requirements can be fulfilled without web conferencing.

Testing

All major assignments in this class are essay and discussion type assignments.

Instructor Email

acieg002@unm.edu

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63391 CCS 480.002 3 New Approaches in Chicana and Chicano Studies FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Sanchez, Stephanie ARR ARR Online

CCS 480.002 New Approaches in Chicana and Chicano Studies

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Catalog Description

The course focuses on examining the various theories and methods utilized by Chicana/o scholars during the evolution of Chicana/o Studies. The class also presents theories and methods that inform writings in Chicana/o studies.

Detailed Course Description

Course Description: This online course focuses on examining the various theories and methods utilized by Chicana/o scholars in the discipline of Chicana and Chicano Studies. In this course, we will explore foundational theories within Chicana/o Studies and how scholars have applied these theories to understand Chicana/o lived experiences and cultural expression. As an interdisciplinary field, Chicana/o studies draws upon a range of methodologies and theoretical frameworks that we will explore: ethnography and auto-ethnography, textual analysis, visual representation and analysis, critical race theory, gender and queer studies, literary criticism,
and decolonization. In addition to theoretical and methodological approaches in Chicana/o Studies, students will identify the key components of research proposals: research questions, literature reviews, and methodology. Drawing from course materials, students will write a research proposal for their final project.

Textbooks and Materials

All course materials are available for download via the online course platform.

Orientation

This course does not have an orientation

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

This course does not have exams

Instructor Email

stephs@unm.edu

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63392 CCS 480.003 3 New Approaches in Chicana and Chicano Studies FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Sanchez, Stephanie ARR ARR Online

CCS 480.003 New Approaches in Chicana and Chicano Studies

Catalog Description

The course focuses on examining the various theories and methods utilized by Chicana/o scholars during the evolution of Chicana/o Studies. The class also presents theories and methods that inform writings in Chicana/o studies.

Detailed Course Description

Course Description: This online course focuses on examining the various theories and methods utilized by Chicana/o scholars in the discipline of Chicana and Chicano Studies. In this course, we will explore foundational theories within Chicana/o Studies and how scholars have applied these theories to understand Chicana/o lived experiences and cultural expression. As an interdisciplinary field, Chicana/o studies draws upon a range of methodologies and theoretical frameworks that we will explore: ethnography and auto-ethnography, textual analysis, visual representation and analysis, critical race theory, gender and queer studies, literary criticism,
and decolonization. In addition to theoretical and methodological approaches in Chicana/o Studies, students will identify the key components of research proposals: research questions, literature reviews, and methodology. Drawing from course materials, students will write a research proposal for their final project.

Textbooks and Materials

All course materials are available for download via the online course platform.

Orientation

This course does not have an orientation

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

This course does not have exams

Instructor Email

stephs@unm.edu

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60307 CCS 490.001 3 Advanced Seminar in Chicana and Chicano Studies FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Perea, Patricia ARR ARR Online

CCS 490.001 Advanced Seminar in Chicana and Chicano Studies

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Catalog Description

Advanced Chicano Hispano Mexicano Studies senior seminar emphasizing synthesis of previous courses, research skills, and service learning. Designed as a capstone seminar for the Minor. Restriction: junior or senior standing.

Instructor Email

pereapm@unm.edu

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60308 CCS 490.002 3 Advanced Seminar in Chicana and Chicano Studies FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Perea, Patricia ARR ARR Online

CCS 490.002 Advanced Seminar in Chicana and Chicano Studies

Catalog Description

Advanced Chicano Hispano Mexicano Studies senior seminar emphasizing synthesis of previous courses, research skills, and service learning. Designed as a capstone seminar for the Minor. Restriction: junior or senior standing.

Instructor Email

pereapm@unm.edu

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60276 CCS 493.009 3 ST: Literatura y Cultura FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Careaga-Coleman, Dora ARR ARR Online

CCS 493.009 ST: Literatura y Cultura

Catalog Description

The content of this course varies by semester but will provide an in-depth analysis of special topics related to Chicana and Chicano Studies. For course content, consult the Schedule of Classes.

Detailed Course Description

Literatura y cultura afromexicana: Iluminando la construcción de la invisibilidad y de la presencia afromexicana.

A lo largo de este curso los estudiantes tendrán la oportunidad de experimentar la inmersión en la literatura y la cultura afrodescendiente en México al mismo tiempo que incrementarán su aprendizaje y comunicación en español. Empezando con una breve introducción de la cultura Olmeca, la precursora de todas las civilizaciones mesoamericanas, vamos a discutir la amplia historia de la presencia africana en México. Continuaremos la discusión con el papel que juega la trata de esclavos transatlántica en la construcción del México moderno. Posteriormente nos centraremos en las retenciones culturales de los afromexicanos (que fueron traídas por los africanos a México casi un siglo antes de la fundación de Jamestown en 1603).
En esta clase los estudiantes tendrán la oportunidad de acercarse a la forma en la que los intelectuales mexicanos han delineado la presencia/invisibilidad de los afromexicanos en textos como: Los villancicos dedicados a San Pedro Nolasco (1667) de Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz, Las pinturas de castas (1763-1774), (1855) de José Vasconcelos, El Zarco (1869) de Ignacio Manuel Altamirano, La raza cósmica (1925) de José Vasconcelos, La negra Angustias (1944) de Francisco Rojas González, Angelitos negros (1948) de Joselito Rodríguez, Memín Pinguín (1943) de Yolanda Vargas Dulché, entre otros.
Por otra parte, vamos a concluir nuestra clase con una exploración de las comunidades afromexicanas contemporáneas en los estados de Veracruz, Oaxaca y Guerrero, así como también vamos a explorar el son jarocho, la cocina afroveracruzana, el son de artesa, la danza de los diablos negros, entre otras manifestaciones que forman parte de las retenciones culturales e históricas de los afromexicanos.

Textbooks and Materials

Todos los textos, video documentales y películas van a estar disponibles en learn.

Face to Face Meetings

Esta actividad dependerá de las necesidades del estudiante.

Web Conferencing

Cuatro consultas obligatorias (una cada mes) vía skipe, facetime o chat (previa cita).

Testing

1. Cuestionarios en base a las lecturas de los materiales. (20% de la nota final).
2. Foros.
3. Los estudiantes deben completar tres ensayos breves que al final de semestre van a conformar parte del ensayo final.
4. Jornadas.
5. Presentación audio-visual de un tema relacionados con este programa.

Instructor Email

careaga@unm.edu

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60640 CCS 493.012 3 ST: Literatura y Periodismo FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Rosas Lopategui, Patricia ARR ARR Online

CCS 493.012 ST: Literatura y Periodismo

Catalog Description

The content of this course varies by semester but will provide an in-depth analysis of special topics related to Chicana and Chicano Studies. For course content, consult the Schedule of Classes.

Instructor Email

paty585@unm.edu

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63288 CCS 530.001 3 Transnational Latina Feminisms FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Smith, Cassie ARR ARR Online

CCS 530.001 Transnational Latina Feminisms

Instructor Email

casita31@unm.edu

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63870 CCS 580.003 3 New Approaches in Chicana and Chicano Studies FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Sanchez, Stephanie ARR ARR Online

CCS 580.003 New Approaches in Chicana and Chicano Studies

Catalog Description

The course focuses on examining the various theories and methods utilized by Chicana/o scholars during the evolution of Chicana/o Studies. The class also presents theories and methods that inform writings in Chicana/o studies.

Detailed Course Description

Course Description: This online course focuses on examining the various theories and methods utilized by Chicana/o scholars in the discipline of Chicana and Chicano Studies. In this course, we will explore foundational theories within Chicana/o Studies and how scholars have applied these theories to understand Chicana/o lived experiences and cultural expression. As an interdisciplinary field, Chicana/o studies draws upon a range of methodologies and theoretical frameworks that we will explore: ethnography and auto-ethnography, textual analysis, visual representation and analysis, critical race theory, gender and queer studies, literary criticism,
and decolonization. In addition to theoretical and methodological approaches in Chicana/o Studies, students will identify the key components of research proposals: research questions, literature reviews, and methodology. Drawing from course materials, students will write a research proposal for their final project.

Textbooks and Materials

All course materials are available for download via the online course platform.

Orientation

This course does not have an orientation

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

This course does not have exams

Instructor Email

stephs@unm.edu

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63773 CCS 586.001 3 Chicanos and Latinos in a Global Society FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Aciego, Josue ARR ARR Online

CCS 586.001 Chicanos and Latinos in a Global Society

Catalog Description

The course examines current theories and debates about globalization from a critical perspective. An emphasis will be placed on the study of Chicano and Latino communities in the U.S. as influenced by globalization.

Detailed Course Description

This course examines the economic, social, and political circumstances of Latinos during a modern era of globalization. The course focuses on the unique challenges that Latino individuals and families face as part of their post-immigration experiences. The course focuses on issues of education, labor, and well-being as indicators of social development as a field of study seeking to create equitable opportunities for Latinos. Readings begin with a foundational understanding of globalization followed by an examination of Mexicans and other Latinos and by an examination of specific issues such as health. The readings in the course come from a variety of sources that widen our understanding of the socioeconomic and sociopolitical forces faced by these immigrant communities. Considerable attention is given to indigenous immigrants and their functioning as an emerging and important population.

Textbooks and Materials

All of the course readings and books will be available either through UNM LEARN or through the UNM libraries website.

Orientation

The orientation overview is the first link/part of the course's first module.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have any mandatory face-to-face meetings. However, if a student needs a face-to-face meeting for any reason the instructor is willing to arrange one.

Web Conferencing

There will be some assignments in which the students will have the option to do web conferencing. However, the course requirements can be fulfilled without web conferencing.

Testing

All major assignments in this class are essay and discussion type assignments.

Instructor Email

acieg002@unm.edu

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63287 CCS 590.001 3 Advanced Seminar in Chicana and Chicano Studies FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Perea, Patricia ARR ARR Online

CCS 590.001 Advanced Seminar in Chicana and Chicano Studies

Instructor Email

pereapm@unm.edu

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63164 CCS 593.001 3 ST: Lit y Cultura FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Careaga-Coleman, Dora ARR ARR Online

CCS 593.001 ST: Lit y Cultura

Detailed Course Description

Literatura y cultura afromexicana: Iluminando la construcción de la invisibilidad y de la presencia afromexicana.

A lo largo de este curso los estudiantes tendrán la oportunidad de experimentar la inmersión en la literatura y la cultura afrodescendiente en México al mismo tiempo que incrementarán su aprendizaje y comunicación en español. Empezando con una breve introducción de la cultura Olmeca, la precursora de todas las civilizaciones mesoamericanas, vamos a discutir la amplia historia de la presencia africana en México. Continuaremos la discusión con el papel que juega la trata de esclavos transatlántica en la construcción del México moderno. Posteriormente nos centraremos en las retenciones culturales de los afromexicanos (que fueron traídas por los africanos a México casi un siglo antes de la fundación de Jamestown en 1603).
En esta clase los estudiantes tendrán la oportunidad de acercarse a la forma en la que los intelectuales mexicanos han delineado la presencia/invisibilidad de los afromexicanos en textos como: Los villancicos dedicados a San Pedro Nolasco (1667) de Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz, Las pinturas de castas (1763-1774), (1855) de José Vasconcelos, El Zarco (1869) de Ignacio Manuel Altamirano, La raza cósmica (1925) de José Vasconcelos, La negra Angustias (1944) de Francisco Rojas González, Angelitos negros (1948) de Joselito Rodríguez, Memín Pinguín (1943) de Yolanda Vargas Dulché, entre otros.
Por otra parte, vamos a concluir nuestra clase con una exploración de las comunidades afromexicanas contemporáneas en los estados de Veracruz, Oaxaca y Guerrero, así como también vamos a explorar el son jarocho, la cocina afroveracruzana, el son de artesa, la danza de los diablos negros, entre otras manifestaciones que forman parte de las retenciones culturales e históricas de los afromexicanos.

Textbooks and Materials

Todos los textos, video documentales y películas van a estar disponibles en learn.

Face to Face Meetings

Esta actividad dependerá de las necesidades del estudiante.

Web Conferencing

Cuatro consultas obligatorias (una cada mes) vía skipe, facetime o chat (previa cita).

Testing

1. Cuestionarios en base a las lecturas de los materiales. (20% de la nota final).
2. Foros.
3. Los estudiantes deben completar tres ensayos breves que al final de semestre van a conformar parte del ensayo final.
4. Jornadas.
5. Presentación audio-visual de un tema relacionados con este programa.

Instructor Email

careaga@unm.edu

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63396 CCS 593.005 3 ST: Lit Y Periodismo FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Rosas Lopategui, Patricia ARR ARR Online

CCS 593.005 ST: Lit Y Periodismo

Instructor Email

paty585@unm.edu

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Civil Engineering
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
58244 CE 474.002 3 Principles of Written Construction Documents FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Dodd-Hansen, Sheryl ARR ARR Online

CE 474.002 Principles of Written Construction Documents

Catalog Description

This course reviews written documents used throughout construction projects, describing how the documents relate to each other and to drawings. It provides detail on the theory, techniques and format for every aspect of construction documentation.

Prerequisite: 376 and 377 and ENGL 219.

Detailed Course Description

This course covers the construction process, including construction contract types and project delivery methods; contractual requirements, including the rights, relationships and responsibilities of the participants and the relationship and organization of the construction documents; as well as the organizational formats and interpretations in the use of construction documents. Students will learn how the Construction Documents state the Owner’s requirements; communicate the design; support the bid process; convey the type, quantity and quality of the materials to be used; and support the construction administration process.

Students will be able to:
1. Compare the rights, relationships and responsibilities of the parties to the construction contract.
2. Explain how the various construction documents work together to enable the parties to produce construction projects of desired quality and economy.
3. Produce a written construction document in accordance with accepted standards and formats.

Textbooks and Materials

CSI Project Delivery Practice Guide - Second Edition ISBN 978-1-5323-5104-4

Obtain the textbook from the CSI website.
Go to http://www.csiresources.org/practice/publications
The cost is $99 for CSI members and $129 for nonmembers. Students can join as a student for a year for $50.00. Becoming a CSI member gives you many benefits, including construction industry news and resources, standards and formats, networking opportunities, webinars, events, and member discounts.
Purchase of the textbook includes the hard copy book, a downloadable electronic version (PDF), and supplemental resources, including:
MasterFormat® numbers and titles
- UniFormat™
- SectionFormat™/PageFormat™
- Sample CSI Forms
- GreenFormat™

Orientation

Lecture 1A - How This Course Works serves as an orientation.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

There are no required web conferences; however, subgroups are encouraged to use available web conferencing and group discussion boards to work together on their Group Special Project.

Testing

Weekly quizzes are online, open book, and collaboration is allowed. The final exam is online, unproctored, and for a set time limit. Collaboration or using the book during the final would likely cause a student to not finish the exam within the time limit.

Instructor Email

sdoddhansen@unm.edu

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58190 CE 477.003 3 Project Controls FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Russell, Mark ARR ARR Online

CE 477.003 Project Controls

Catalog Description

Time and cost budgeting is used for project control through management information and systems engineering. Topics to include cost integrated scheduling, earned value, probabilistic estimating and scheduling, crashing, trade-off analysis and forecasting.

Prerequisite: **372 or (376 and 377).

Restriction: admitted to School of Engineering and junior or senior standing.

Detailed Course Description

This course is intended to develop a higher level of comprehensive understanding of the construction process and problem solving that begins with conception and progresses through the completion, start-up, and maintenance of a construction project. As more construction projects are managed remotely, this course is intended to simulate some of the online experience that is common when construction project teams are not co-located.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Construction Project Management by S.K. Sears, G.A. Sears, and R.H. Clough, Sixth Edition, 2008 (ISBN: 978-0-471-74588-4)

Orientation

Web conferencing is optionally available upon request

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Testing

The course has weekly quizzes on the reading material. In addition, there are two tests at the mid term and end of class. All exams are on line and are timed from commencement of the exam. All exams must be completed in the week in which they are assigned.

Instructor Email

russ1307@unm.edu

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57823 CE 539.080 3 Radioactive Waste Management FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Ali, Neven MW 1600-1715 Online

CE 539.080 Radioactive Waste Management

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: MW
Meeting Times: 1600-1715 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

Introduction to the nuclear fuel cycle emphasizing sources, characteristics and management of radioactive wastes. Types of radiation, radioactive decay calculations, shielding requirements. Radwaste management technologies and disposal options.

Textbooks and Materials

No text required

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58226 CE 570.001 3 Simulation and Design of Construction Operations FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Valentin, Vanessa ARR ARR Online

CE 570.001 Simulation and Design of Construction Operations

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Catalog Description

Comprehensive study of the design and simulation of construction operations.

Detailed Course Description

Assignments include:
One reading quiz, one homework assignment, discussions (not in all modules) among others.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Orientation

The first module provides an overview and orientation about the course.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings.

Web Conferencing

Virtual office hours are scheduled on a weekly basis or as needed. A summary of the virtual office hours is provided for the benefit of students unable to attend the sessions.

Testing

This course does not have exams.

Instructor Email

vv@unm.edu

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58232 CE 570.003 3 Simulation and Design of Construction Operations FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Valentin, Vanessa ARR ARR Online

CE 570.003 Simulation and Design of Construction Operations

Catalog Description

Comprehensive study of the design and simulation of construction operations.

Detailed Course Description

Assignments include:
One reading quiz, one homework assignment, discussions (not in all modules) among others.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Orientation

The first module provides an overview and orientation about the course.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings.

Web Conferencing

Virtual office hours are scheduled on a weekly basis or as needed. A summary of the virtual office hours is provided for the benefit of students unable to attend the sessions.

Testing

This course does not have exams.

Instructor Email

vv@unm.edu

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58227 CE 574.002 3 Principles of Written Construction Documents
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FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Dodd-Hansen, Sheryl ARR ARR Online

CE 574.002 Principles of Written Construction Documents

The Golden Paw Seal.

The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Catalog Description

This course reviews written documents used throughout construction projects, describing how the documents relate to each other and to drawings. It provides detail on the theory, techniques and format for every aspect of construction documentation.

Detailed Course Description

This course covers the construction process, including construction contract types and project delivery methods; contractual requirements, including the rights, relationships and responsibilities of the participants and the relationship and organization of the construction documents; as well as the organizational formats and interpretations in the use of construction documents. Students will learn how the Construction Documents state the Owner’s requirements; communicate the design; support the bid process; convey the type, quantity and quality of the materials to be used; and support the construction administration process.

Students will be able to:
1. Compare the rights, relationships and responsibilities of the parties to the construction contract.
2. Explain how the various construction documents work together to enable the parties to produce construction projects of desired quality and economy.
3. Produce a written construction document in accordance with accepted standards and formats.

Textbooks and Materials

CSI Project Delivery Practice Guide - Second Edition ISBN 978-1-5323-5104-4

Obtain the textbook from the CSI website.
Go to http://www.csiresources.org/practice/publications
The cost is $99 for CSI members and $129 for nonmembers. Students can join as a student for a year for $50.00. Becoming a CSI member gives you many benefits, including construction industry news and resources, standards and formats, networking opportunities, webinars, events, and member discounts.
Purchase of the textbook includes the hard copy book, a downloadable electronic version (PDF), and supplemental resources, including:
MasterFormat® numbers and titles
- UniFormat™
- SectionFormat™/PageFormat™
- Sample CSI Forms
- GreenFormat™

Orientation

Lecture 1A - How This Course Works serves as an orientation.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

There are no required web conferences; however, subgroups are encouraged to use available web conferencing and group discussion boards to work together on their Group Special Project.

Testing

Weekly quizzes are online, open book, and collaboration is allowed. The final exam is online, unproctored, and for a set time limit. Collaboration or using the book during the final would likely cause a student to not finish the exam within the time limit.

Instructor Email

sdoddhansen@unm.edu

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58234 CE 574.003 3 Principles of Written Construction Documents
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FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Dodd-Hansen, Sheryl ARR ARR Online

CE 574.003 Principles of Written Construction Documents

The Golden Paw Seal.

The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

This course reviews written documents used throughout construction projects, describing how the documents relate to each other and to drawings. It provides detail on the theory, techniques and format for every aspect of construction documentation.

Instructor Email

sdoddhansen@unm.edu

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60305 CE 576.001 3 Project Delivery Systems FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Halter, Susan ARR ARR Online

CE 576.001 Project Delivery Systems

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Catalog Description

Defining characteristics of various project delivery systems, processes to solicit and procure those services. Responsibilities, risks and rewards for owners, designers, and contractors under various PDS.

Detailed Course Description

A project delivery system describes the way in which a project is designed, constructed, and operated, including how it is financed and contracted. At the end of this course, you will be able to compare the characteristics of various project delivery systems, apply processes to solicit and procure those services, and assess responsibilities, risks and rewards for owners, designers, and contractors under various project delivery systems. This online course will integrate case studies and class discussions to further explore different delivery systems.

Textbooks and Materials

Course materials will consist of publicly-available online documents and online documents available through UNM Libraries.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

Online quizzes and exams will be issued through UNM Learn for students to complete on an individual basis.

Instructor Email

sbogus@unm.edu

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60306 CE 576.002 3 Project Delivery Systems FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Halter, Susan ARR ARR Online

CE 576.002 Project Delivery Systems

Catalog Description

Defining characteristics of various project delivery systems, processes to solicit and procure those services. Responsibilities, risks and rewards for owners, designers, and contractors under various PDS.

Instructor Email

sbogus@unm.edu

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58193 CE 577.002 3 Project Controls FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Russell, Mark ARR ARR Online

CE 577.002 Project Controls

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Catalog Description

Time and cost budgeting is used for project control through management information and systems engineering. Topics to include cost integrated scheduling, earned value, probabilistic estimating and scheduling, crashing, trade-off analysis and forecasting.

Prerequisite: **372 or (376 and 377).

Restriction: admitted to School of Engineering and junior or senior standing.

Detailed Course Description

This course is intended to develop a higher level of comprehensive understanding of the construction process and problem solving that begins with conception and progresses through the completion, start-up, and maintenance of a construction project. As more construction projects are managed remotely, this course is intended to simulate some of the online experience that is common when construction project teams are not co-located.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Construction Project Management by S.K. Sears, G.A. Sears, and R.H. Clough, Sixth Edition, 2008 (ISBN: 978-0-471-74588-4)

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing is optionally available upon request.

Testing

The course has weekly quizzes on the reading material. In addition, there are two tests at the mid term and end of class. All exams are on line and are timed from commencement of the exam. All exams must be completed in the week in which they are assigned.

Instructor Email

russ1307@unm.edu

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58191 CE 577.003 3 Project Controls FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Russell, Mark ARR ARR Online

CE 577.003 Project Controls

Catalog Description

Time and cost budgeting is used for project control through management information and systems engineering. Topics to include cost integrated scheduling, earned value, probabilistic estimating and scheduling, crashing, trade-off analysis and forecasting.

Prerequisite: **372 or (376 and 377).

Restriction: admitted to School of Engineering and junior or senior standing.

Detailed Course Description

This course is intended to develop a higher level of comprehensive understanding of the construction process and problem solving that begins with conception and progresses through the completion, start-up, and maintenance of a construction project. As more construction projects are managed remotely, this course is intended to simulate some of the online experience that is common when construction project teams are not co-located.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Construction Project Management by S.K. Sears, G.A. Sears, and R.H. Clough, Sixth Edition, 2008 (ISBN: 978-0-471-74588-4)

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing is optionally available upon request.

Testing

The course has weekly quizzes on the reading material. In addition, there are two tests at the mid term and end of class. All exams are on line and are timed from commencement of the exam. All exams must be completed in the week in which they are assigned.

Instructor Email

russ1307@unm.edu

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63730 CE 598.005 3 Sel T: Resilience and Decision Making under Duress FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Taha, Mahmoud Reda 12/14, 12/15 9am - 5pm & 9am - 1pm Online

CE 598.005 Sel T: Resilience and Decision Making under Duress

Catalog Description

A course offered by Civil Engineering faculty which presents a detailed examination of developing sciences and technologies in a classroom setting.

{Offered upon demand}

Instructor Email

mrtaha@unm.edu

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Classical Studies
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
50186 CLST 107.002 3 Greek Mythology FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Hayenga, Bethany ARR ARR Online

CLST 107.002 Greek Mythology

Catalog Description

Introduction to mythology; primary readings in stories about the gods and heroes, usually including Homer, Hesiod, Homeric Hymns and Tragedies. All texts will be in English.

Detailed Course Description

This introductory course will explore the representation, interpretation and influence of the classical Greek myths. We will consider how the gods and heroes function as objects of deep religious awe and reverence for the ancient Greeks, and yet at the same time how they are portrayed as colorful, unpredictable, subjectively “anthropomorphic” characters in the popular art and literature of classical antiquity. We will investigate how archetypal figures and narratives emerge in Greek mythology and how these patterns develop in different representational media and literary genres. We will ask how the Greek myths continue to influence our culture today. In our survey of the principal ancient myths, the primary emphasis will be on the myths as they are presented in classical Greek literature: readings will come from ancient poems, hymns and other writings. We will also view images taken from ancient Greek vase painting and sculpture, so that we may examine the representation of the gods, heroes and myths in their own contemporary visual and cultural context.

This course will consist of readings, slide lectures, and quizzes. Please refer to the schedule. Students are expected to prepare the entire assignment for each day as specified on the syllabus. Students are expected to take all quizzes.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

A Journey through Greek Mythology by Monica Cyrino, ISBN 978-0757589102
e-books are available at https://he.kendallhunt.com/product/journey-through-greek-mythology

Orientation

This course does not have an orientation

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

This course does not have exams

Instructor Email

puella@unm.edu

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49241 CLST 107.003 3 Greek Mythology FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Piersol, David ARR ARR Online

CLST 107.003 Greek Mythology

Catalog Description

Introduction to mythology; primary readings in stories about the gods and heroes, usually including Homer, Hesiod, Homeric Hymns and Tragedies. All texts will be in English.

Instructor Email

dparasol@unm.edu

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44053 CLST 107.004 3 Greek Mythology FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Alberti, Lauren ARR ARR Online

CLST 107.004 Greek Mythology

Catalog Description

Introduction to mythology; primary readings in stories about the gods and heroes, usually including Homer, Hesiod, Homeric Hymns and Tragedies. All texts will be in English.

Instructor Email

lbalberti@unm.edu

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51471 CLST 107.005 3 Greek Mythology FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Ellis, Christine ARR ARR Online

CLST 107.005 Greek Mythology

Catalog Description

Introduction to mythology; primary readings in stories about the gods and heroes, usually including Homer, Hesiod, Homeric Hymns and Tragedies. All texts will be in English.

Detailed Course Description

This course may require web conferencing or on campus face to face meetings. Contact your instructor for more information

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Instructor Email

chrissy17@unm.edu

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62849 CLST 107.006 3 Greek Mythology FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Gorton, Luke ARR ARR Online

CLST 107.006 Greek Mythology

Catalog Description

Introduction to mythology; primary readings in stories about the gods and heroes, usually including Homer, Hesiod, Homeric Hymns and Tragedies. All texts will be in English.

Detailed Course Description

This introductory course will explore the representation, interpretation and influence of the classical Greek myths. We will consider how the gods and heroes function as objects of deep religious awe and reverence for the ancient Greeks, and yet at the same time how they are portrayed as colorful, unpredictable, subjectively “anthropomorphic” characters in the popular art and literature of classical antiquity. We will investigate how archetypal figures and narratives emerge in Greek mythology and how these patterns develop in different representational media and literary genres. We will ask how the Greek myths continue to influence our culture today. In our survey of the principal ancient myths, the primary emphasis will be on the myths as they are presented in classical Greek literature: readings will come from ancient poems, hymns and other writings. We will also view images taken from ancient Greek vase painting and sculpture, so that we may examine the representation of the gods, heroes and myths in their own contemporary visual and cultural context.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Book available at https://www.kendallhunt.com/cyrino/

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

This course does not have exams

Instructor Email

lagorton@unm.edu

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Communication & Journalism
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
58509 CJ 101.004 3 Introduction to Communication FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Muneri, Cleophas ARR ARR Online

CJ 101.004 Introduction to Communication

Catalog Description

Principles and concepts of various types of human communication including interpersonal, small group, organizational, public and mass communication.

Instructor Email

cmuneri@unm.edu

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61449 CJ 101.005 3 Introduction to Communication FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Gomez, Jocelyn ARR ARR Online

CJ 101.005 Introduction to Communication

Catalog Description

Principles and concepts of various types of human communication including interpersonal, small group, organizational, public and mass communication.

Detailed Course Description

This course is designed to engage you in the learning of the principles, concepts, and dynamics of various types of human communication. Through lectures, discussions, readings, class exercises, and assignments, we will survey communication topics related to culture, gender, identity, organizations, and relationships. In doing so, the course provides an overview of many of the areas of emphasis within the communication discipline, including intercultural, interpersonal, small group, organizational, public, media communication, and computer-mediated communication.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Alberts, J.K., Nakayama, T.K., & Martin, J.N. (2015). Human communication in society (4th edition). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education. ISBN-10: 0133754006; ISBN 13: 9780133754001

Orientation

This course does not have an orientation

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

Quizzes, Midterm and Final

Instructor Email

gjocelyn@unm.edu

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59385 CJ 110.001 3 Introduction to Mass Communication FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Flores, Joseph ARR ARR Online

CJ 110.001 Introduction to Mass Communication

Catalog Description

Study of the development of the mass media with emphasis on television in the areas of programming, policy, regulations, economics, and technology. Examination of the social, cultural, and political impact of the mass media on contemporary society.

Instructor Email

jlflores2@unm.edu

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63561 CJ 130.003 3 Public Speaking FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Flynn, Carolyn ARR ARR Online

CJ 130.003 Public Speaking

Catalog Description

A performance course that deals with the analysis, preparation and presentation of speeches. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area I: Communications).

Instructor Email

carolyndflynn@unm.edu

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59386 CJ 130.030 3 Public Speaking FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Boyd, Claudia ARR ARR Online

CJ 130.030 Public Speaking

Catalog Description

A performance course that deals with the analysis, preparation and presentation of speeches. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area I: Communications).

Instructor Email

cyboyd@unm.edu

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41262 CJ 130.051 3 Public Speaking FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Hersey, Janice ARR ARR Online

CJ 130.051 Public Speaking

Catalog Description

A performance course that deals with the analysis, preparation and presentation of speeches. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area I: Communications).

Instructor Email

jhersey@unm.edu

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62587 CJ 171L.001 3 Introduction to Media Writing FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 White, Judith ARR ARR Online

CJ 171L.001 Introduction to Media Writing

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Catalog Description

Practical introduction to journalism, emphasizing journalistic conventions and the gathering and writing of news for the print and broadcast media. Language and typing skills required.

Prerequisite: 15 hours, 2.00 GPA, ENGL 102

Instructor Email

jmw49@unm.edu

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62588 CJ 171L.004 3 Introduction to Media Writing FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 White, Judith ARR ARR Online

CJ 171L.004 Introduction to Media Writing

Catalog Description

Practical introduction to journalism, emphasizing journalistic conventions and the gathering and writing of news for the print and broadcast media. Language and typing skills required.

Prerequisite: 15 hours, 2.00 GPA, ENGL 102

Instructor Email

jmw49@unm.edu

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60209 CJ 171L.007 3 Introduction to Media Writing FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Rodriguez Nazario, Ilia ARR ARR Online

CJ 171L.007 Introduction to Media Writing

Catalog Description

Practical introduction to journalism, emphasizing journalistic conventions and the gathering and writing of news for the print and broadcast media. Language and typing skills required.

Prerequisite: 15 hours, 2.00 GPA, ENGL 102

Instructor Email

ilia@unm.edu

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59387 CJ 221.005 3 Interpersonal Communication FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Ashworth, Evan ARR ARR Online

CJ 221.005 Interpersonal Communication

Catalog Description

Analysis of a variety of interpersonal communication concepts, with special emphasis on the application of communication skills in different situations. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area I: Communications.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.McCornack, S. (2015). Reflect & relate: An introduction to interpersonal communication. (4th
Ed.) Boston, MA: Bedford/St. Martin’s.

ISBN-10: 1457697181

Orientation

This course has an orientation.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course has web conferencing.
A few assignments in this course will involve group work, which will require group members to meet digitally or in-person. This can be done, among other options, using web conferencing through UNM Learn.

Testing

This course does not have exams

Instructor Email

eashworth@unm.edu

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41260 CJ 221.008 3 Interpersonal Communication FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Ricci, Heidi ARR ARR Online

CJ 221.008 Interpersonal Communication

Catalog Description

Analysis of a variety of interpersonal communication concepts, with special emphasis on the application of communication skills in different situations. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area I: Communications.

Instructor Email

hricci@unm.edu

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44914 CJ 225.003 3 Small Group Communication FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Thomas, Mariko ARR ARR Online

CJ 225.003 Small Group Communication

Catalog Description

Basic characteristics and patterns of communication in small groups. Includes attention to role theory, conflict resolution and creative decision-making methods.

Instructor Email

mariko@unm.edu

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41511 CJ 268.003 3 Media Theories FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Gomez, Jocelyn ARR ARR Online

CJ 268.003 Media Theories

Catalog Description

Introduction to theories of mass media and their influences.

Detailed Course Description

This course introduces students to a variety of theories and models used to study the media, including content analysis, the effects tradition, and sociological, historical, critical, and cultural perspectives. Special attention is focused on the identification of key issues in media theory, including the nature of mass media, influences on human behavior, and the media as reflector and creator of society.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Baran, S. J. & Davis, D. K. (2012). Mass Communication Theory (7th edition)
CT: Cengage Learning. (NOTE: e-books are acceptable) Stamford

Orientation

This course does not have an orientation

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

Quizzes, Midterm and Final

Instructor Email

gjocelyn@unm.edu

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62536 CJ 278.001 3 Writing & Editing FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Cunningham, Katherine ARR ARR Online

CJ 278.001 Writing & Editing

Catalog Description

Continuation of CJ 171L with increased emphasis of how to write on platforms available to the modern journalist. Writing workshop for web, broadcast, print and magazine.
Prerequisite: 171L.

Pre- or corequisite: STAT 145.

Detailed Course Description

This is a writing and editing class. Prepare to write and edit! Students will develop and cover stories for publication using multimedia tools during the semester.

Course structure: This class uses a newsroom / lab approach. Much of our time will be spent working and discussing stories, story ideas and edits much like a newsroom. No matter where you live, you will be getting out in to your community and writing news stories.

A note about the newsroom approach: you will often re-write things before they are graded. Handing them in isn’t the final step. You may need to call people back to answer questions that come up during editing and spend time making other changes or gathering additional information for publication.

Course objectives: The following are the objectives for the course. Each module will have specific learning objectives listed on the Overview Page. The activities in that module (i.e.: discussions, assignments and assessments) are developed so that you can demonstrate you have met these objectives.

Students will recognize the need for mass communicators to be able to communicate across a variety of platforms.

As such, students will implement reporting, writing and editing techniques to for print and web-based publications as well as broadcast publication, including radio and television.

Students also will implement writing, editing and distribution techniques for social media platforms.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

Students have the option of Skyping/Facetiming with me as needed.

Testing

This course has one quiz before the break.

Instructor Email

knc2011@unm.edu

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47166 CJ 279.002 3 Web Design FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Knight, Eliot ARR ARR Online

CJ 279.002 Web Design

Catalog Description

Introduction to writing and designing electronic publications using personal computers and online publishing software. Emphasizes use of graphics and text to communicate with users of the Internet. Competency with personal computers required.

Detailed Course Description

This course introduces web page and web design concepts, basic HTML5 coding skills progressing to the use of Dreamweaver to design a website. Students will gain practical experience in the production of an electronic information delivery product. This course assumes that you already have basic skills as a journalist, and will focus on helping you transfer your skills to the online format.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

"Journalism Online," Mike Ward, Published by Focal Press, 2013, ISBN:9781136029691

The course eBook is available through Zimmerman Library, http://libguides.unm.edu/safari

"Dreamweaver CC: The Missing Manual” by David Sawyer McFarland
Free ebook: http://file.allitebooks.com/20150525/Dreamweaver%20CC%20The%20Missing%20Manual,%
202nd%20Edition.pdf ?

Tutorial files: http://examples.oreilly.com/0636920032779/

Orientation

An online web conference is scheduled for
Thursday, 8/23/ 5:30 - 6:30 pm.

It is extremely important that you participate. If you can not, please contact me in advance.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

There is one quiz that worth 10 points in module 2.

Instructor Email

Eknight@salud.unm.edu

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44381 CJ 300.009 3 Theories of Communication FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Gibson, Dirk ARR ARR Online

CJ 300.009 Theories of Communication

Catalog Description

Study of the nature of communication theories and theory development, theories of meaning, information processing and influence with applications to selected communication contexts.

Prerequisite: CJ 101.

Detailed Course Description

Communication theory is a stand-alone class in that there are no advanced classes on this topic. It is an introductory class.

The course has seven main objectives, Students will:

1) Understand and discussed communication theories.
2) Identify,explain and illustrate the concepts and principles of theory.
3) Use theories to reflect on practical problems and situations.
4) Apply theories creatively to communication symbols and practices.
5) Use theoretical constructs to criticize and evaluate.
6) Formulate their own perspective on communication theories.
7) Develop critical reading, comprehension, thinking and analytic skills.

Course requirements include:

1) A video introduction.
2) Three article critique papers.
3) Three group discussions.
4) A communication theory paper.
5) A communication theory media project.
6) A standpoint paper

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Julia Wood. Communication theories in action. Wadsworth Cengage. Third edition. (2004).

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

There are no examinations. However, student comprehension of communication theory is assessed through six quizzes. These quizzes use multiple-choice, true false, and short answer question formats. The lowest quiz score is dropped.

Instructor Email

dirkcgib@unm.edu

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48452 CJ 301.002 3 Communication Research Methods FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Ashworth, Evan ARR ARR Online

CJ 301.002 Communication Research Methods

Catalog Description

Quantitative and qualitative methods useful in investigation of communication processes and efforts; concepts and techniques used in research design, data analysis, reporting and critically evaluating research.

Prerequisite: CJ 101.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Davis, C. S., Gallardo, H. P., & Lachlan, K. A. (2013). Straight talk about
communication research methods (2nd ed.). Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt.

ISBN:
1465209190

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

This course does not have exams

Instructor Email

eashworth@unm.edu

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59388 CJ 301.003 3 Communication Research Methods FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Ding, Zhao ARR ARR Online

CJ 301.003 Communication Research Methods

Catalog Description

Quantitative and qualitative methods useful in investigation of communication processes and efforts; concepts and techniques used in research design, data analysis, reporting and critically evaluating research.

Prerequisite: CJ 101.

Detailed Course Description

This course may require web conferencing or on campus face to face meetings. Contact your instructor for more information

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Instructor Email

zding2015@unm.edu

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63802 CJ 301.004 3 Communication Research Methods FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 DeMaria, Jaelyn ARR ARR Online

CJ 301.004 Communication Research Methods

Catalog Description

Quantitative and qualitative methods useful in investigation of communication processes and efforts; concepts and techniques used in research design, data analysis, reporting and critically evaluating research.

Prerequisite: CJ 101.

Detailed Course Description

This course may require web conferencing or on campus face to face meetings. Contact your instructor for more information

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Instructor Email

jdemaria@unm.edu

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63562 CJ 314.004 3 Intercultural Communication FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Cvetkovic, Ivana ARR ARR Online

CJ 314.004 Intercultural Communication

Catalog Description

Examines cultural influences in communication across ethnic and national boundaries.

Pre- or corequisite: MATH 121 or MATH 129 or MATH 150 or MATH 153 or MATH 162 or MATH 180 or MATH 215 or STAT 145 or UHON 202.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Martin, N. J. & Nakayama, K. T. (2013). Intercultural Communication in Contexts. (6th Ed.) McGraw Hill, New York.

Orientation

This course does not have an orientation

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course has web conferencing

Testing

This course has exams.

Instructor Email

icvetkovic@unm.edu

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61448 CJ 314.009 3 Intercultural Communication FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Thomas, Mariko ARR ARR Online

CJ 314.009 Intercultural Communication

Catalog Description

Examines cultural influences in communication across ethnic and national boundaries.

Pre- or corequisite: MATH 121 or MATH 129 or MATH 150 or MATH 153 or MATH 162 or MATH 180 or MATH 215 or STAT 145 or UHON 202.

Instructor Email

mariko@unm.edu

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41261 CJ 314.016 3 Intercultural Communication FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Ding, Zhao ARR ARR Online

CJ 314.016 Intercultural Communication

Catalog Description

Examines cultural influences in communication across ethnic and national boundaries.

Pre- or corequisite: MATH 121 or MATH 129 or MATH 150 or MATH 153 or MATH 162 or MATH 180 or MATH 215 or STAT 145 or UHON 202.

Detailed Course Description

This course may require web conferencing or on campus face to face meetings. Contact your instructor for more information

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Instructor Email

zding2015@unm.edu

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15165 CJ 318.002 3 Language, Thought and Behavior FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Ashworth, Evan ARR ARR Online

CJ 318.002 Language, Thought and Behavior

Catalog Description

Examination of the influence of language on perception, evaluations, mass media, creativity and interpersonal relations.

Pre- or corequisite: MATH 121 or MATH 129 or MATH 150 or MATH 153 or MATH 162 or MATH 180 or MATH 215 or STAT 145 or UHON 202.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Allen, B. J. (2011). Difference matters: Communicating social identity (2nd Ed). Long Grove, IL: Waveland Press.

ISBN-10:
1577666739

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

This course has exams.

Instructor Email

eashworth@unm.edu

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63560 CJ 318.003 3 Language, Thought and Behavior FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Zerai, Abdissa ARR ARR Online

CJ 318.003 Language, Thought and Behavior

Catalog Description

Examination of the influence of language on perception, evaluations, mass media, creativity and interpersonal relations.

Pre- or corequisite: MATH 121 or MATH 129 or MATH 150 or MATH 153 or MATH 162 or MATH 180 or MATH 215 or STAT 145 or UHON 202.

Detailed Course Description

TThis course examines the influence of language on perception, evaluations, mass media, creativity, and interpersonal relations. To this end, various textual, video and audio materials are used to stimulate learning. assignments and exercises are used to engage students with the content of the course and to provide them opportunities to apply the concepts they learn in the course to real life situations.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

We use Brenda J. Allen's (2011) book, "Difference Matters: Communicating Social Identity",2nd ed.(10-digit ISBN 1-57766-673-9), as our textbook for the course.

Orientation

This course does not have an orientation

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings. Should a student desire to meet with me in person, a meeting can be arranged.

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing. However, students can use web conferencing with their classmates should they so wish.

Testing

This course has three short quizzes given at intervals during the Semester. Study guide will be provided for each of the three quizzes.

Instructor Email

azerai@unm.edu

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63803 CJ 323.002 3 Nonverbal Communication FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Gomez, Jocelyn ARR ARR Online

CJ 323.002 Nonverbal Communication

Catalog Description

Theory, analysis and practice of a variety of nonverbal messages, including body movement and appearance, vocal cues and environmental cues.

Detailed Course Description

This course may require web conferencing or on campus face to face meetings. Contact your instructor for more information

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Instructor Email

gjocelyn@unm.edu

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55284 CJ 323.004 3 Nonverbal Communication FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Ringer, Ailesha ARR ARR Online

CJ 323.004 Nonverbal Communication

Catalog Description

Theory, analysis and practice of a variety of nonverbal messages, including body movement and appearance, vocal cues and environmental cues.

Detailed Course Description

This course REQUIRES semester long group work. You will work in a group the entire semester on a final project, doing the project in pieces. You can meet either online via Web Conferencing or face-to-face to work on and present your final project.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Orientation

This course does not have an orientation

Instructor Email

aringer@unm.edu

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46259 CJ 323.006 3 Nonverbal Communication FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Boyd, Claudia ARR ARR Online

CJ 323.006 Nonverbal Communication

Catalog Description

Theory, analysis and practice of a variety of nonverbal messages, including body movement and appearance, vocal cues and environmental cues.

Instructor Email

cyboyd@unm.edu

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61777 CJ 327.003 3 Persuasive Communication FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Isaacson, Kathy ARR ARR Online

CJ 327.003 Persuasive Communication

Catalog Description

Analysis, practice and evaluation of principles of attitude change for a variety of interpersonal and public communication situations.

Pre- or corequisite: MATH 121 or MATH 129 or MATH 150 or MATH 153 or MATH 162 or MATH 180 or MATH 215 or STAT 145 or UHON 202.

Instructor Email

kathyisaacson@gmail.com

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62589 CJ 327.004 3 Persuasive Communication FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Isaacson, Kathy ARR ARR Online

CJ 327.004 Persuasive Communication

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Catalog Description

Analysis, practice and evaluation of principles of attitude change for a variety of interpersonal and public communication situations.

Pre- or corequisite: MATH 121 or MATH 129 or MATH 150 or MATH 153 or MATH 162 or MATH 180 or MATH 215 or STAT 145 or UHON 202.

Detailed Course Description

This class introduces students to the analytic foundations of persuasive communication, with emphasis on social influence and compliance gaining. Students will learn about theory and practice of contemporary professional persuasion. The necessity of ethical persuasion practices will be emphasized, and the role of persuasive communication involving diverse audiences will be thoroughly explored. This is both a theoretical and applied class. Students will produce both oral and written persuasive communication products.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Gass, R. H. & Seiter, J. S. (2014). Persuasion, social influence, and compliance gaining (5th ed.). Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon.* ISBN-13: 978-0-205-91296-4

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

Quizzes: 10 point quizzes (True/False, Multiple Choice, Fill-in-the-Blank, and/or Short Answer) covering the weekly textbook reading assignments.

Instructor Email

kathyisaacson@gmail.com

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62590 CJ 327.005 3 Persuasive Communication FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Isaacson, Kathy ARR ARR Online

CJ 327.005 Persuasive Communication

Catalog Description

Analysis, practice and evaluation of principles of attitude change for a variety of interpersonal and public communication situations.

Pre- or corequisite: MATH 121 or MATH 129 or MATH 150 or MATH 153 or MATH 162 or MATH 180 or MATH 215 or STAT 145 or UHON 202.

Detailed Course Description

This class introduces students to the analytic foundations of persuasive communication, with emphasis on social influence and compliance gaining. Students will learn about theory and practice of contemporary professional persuasion. The necessity of ethical persuasion practices will be emphasized, and the role of persuasive communication involving diverse audiences will be thoroughly explored. This is both a theoretical and applied class. Students will produce both oral and written persuasive communication products.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Gass, R. H. & Seiter, J. S. (2014). Persuasion, social influence, and compliance gaining (5th ed.). Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon.* ISBN-13: 978-0-205-91296-4

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

Quizzes: 10 point quizzes (True/False, Multiple Choice, Fill-in-the-Blank, and/or Short Answer) covering the weekly textbook reading assignments.

Instructor Email

kathyisaacson@gmail.com

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60514 CJ 327.006 3 Persuasive Communication FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Ricci, Heidi ARR ARR Online

CJ 327.006 Persuasive Communication

Catalog Description

Analysis, practice and evaluation of principles of attitude change for a variety of interpersonal and public communication situations.

Pre- or corequisite: MATH 121 or MATH 129 or MATH 150 or MATH 153 or MATH 162 or MATH 180 or MATH 215 or STAT 145 or UHON 202.

Instructor Email

hricci@unm.edu

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63804 CJ 333.001 3 Professional Communication FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Gibson, Dirk ARR ARR Online

CJ 333.001 Professional Communication

Catalog Description

Focuses on the written and presentation skills needed to succeed in a professional environment. Lessons emphasize writing reports and proposals, acquiring social information, social interaction skills, the influence of audience on message design and business etiquette.

Detailed Course Description

This course may require web conferencing or on campus face to face meetings. Contact your instructor for more information

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Instructor Email

dirkcgib@unm.edu

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51865 CJ 333.002 3 Professional Communication FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Oostman, Kimberly ARR ARR Online

CJ 333.002 Professional Communication

Catalog Description

Focuses on the written and presentation skills needed to succeed in a professional environment. Lessons emphasize writing reports and proposals, acquiring social information, social interaction skills, the influence of audience on message design and business etiquette.

Detailed Course Description

This course is designed to develop professional communication skills to enhance your
performance, as well as your satisfaction with your performance in the workplace. Central to
your success at work are writing, speaking, listening and managing conflict. Additionally, the
ability to work productively with others is of central importance to your future success. As
such, the following are the main goals for learners in this course: (a) improve listening skills,
(b) develop conflict-management skills, (c) improve basic writing skills, and (d) enhance
interpersonal communication, social, and interactional skills for professional settings.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION 3/E
AUTHOR: QUINTANILLA
ISBN: 9781506315522
STATUS: REQUIRED
EDITION: 3
COPYRIGHT: 2017
$89 used at UNM bookstore

Orientation

This course does not have an orientation

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

Exams are taken online.

Instructor Email

kroostman@unm.edu

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43186 CJ 333.003 3 Professional Communication FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Thomas, Mariko ARR ARR Online

CJ 333.003 Professional Communication

Catalog Description

Focuses on the written and presentation skills needed to succeed in a professional environment. Lessons emphasize writing reports and proposals, acquiring social information, social interaction skills, the influence of audience on message design and business etiquette.

Instructor Email

mariko@unm.edu

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44362 CJ 340.009 3 Communication in Organizations FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Cvetkovic, Ivana ARR ARR Online

CJ 340.009 Communication in Organizations

Catalog Description

Examines current theories of organizational behavior with emphasis on communication patterns and practices. Attention to superior-subordinate communication, formal and informal communication networks, authority and power.

Detailed Course Description

Examines current theories of organizational behavior with emphasis on communication patterns and practices. Attention to superior-subordinate communication, formal and informal communication networks, authority and power.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Orientation

This course does not have an orientation

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

This course has exams.

Instructor Email

icvetkovic@unm.edu

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62539 CJ 365.004 3 History of Media FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Rodriguez Nazario, Ilia ARR ARR Online

CJ 365.004 History of Media

Catalog Description

The course will explore the development of communication media in the United States and the social and cultural contexts within which media emerged and evolved over time.

Prerequisite: 171L.

Pre- or corequisite: STAT 145.

Instructor Email

ilia@unm.edu

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62591 CJ 374.001 3 Design and Visual Presentation I FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Contreras, Carolina ARR ARR Online

CJ 374.001 Design and Visual Presentation I

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Catalog Description

Introduction to print design through the study of visual communication, principles of design, elements of design and practical application of those principles and elements in various forms of print collateral. Use of Adobe InDesign.

Instructor Email

carolina@unm.edu

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62592 CJ 374.002 3 Design and Visual Presentation I FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Contreras, Carolina ARR ARR Online

CJ 374.002 Design and Visual Presentation I

Catalog Description

Introduction to print design through the study of visual communication, principles of design, elements of design and practical application of those principles and elements in various forms of print collateral. Use of Adobe InDesign.

Instructor Email

carolina@unm.edu

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54697 CJ 374.005 3 Design and Visual Presentation I FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Contreras, Carolina ARR ARR Online

CJ 374.005 Design and Visual Presentation I

Catalog Description

Introduction to print design through the study of visual communication, principles of design, elements of design and practical application of those principles and elements in various forms of print collateral. Use of Adobe InDesign.

Instructor Email

carolina@unm.edu

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62593 CJ 387.001 3 Introduction to Strategic Communication FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 White, Judith ARR ARR Online

CJ 387.001 Introduction to Strategic Communication

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Catalog Description

A writing-intensive course with emphasis on history, practice, ethics, professional opportunities and challenges of the field. Strong emphasis on understanding contemporary global strategic communication perspectives and diversity issues.

Prerequisite: 171L and 327 and 374 and STAT 145.

Instructor Email

jmw49@unm.edu

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62594 CJ 387.002 3 Introduction to Strategic Communication FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 White, Judith ARR ARR Online

CJ 387.002 Introduction to Strategic Communication

Catalog Description

A writing-intensive course with emphasis on history, practice, ethics, professional opportunities and challenges of the field. Strong emphasis on understanding contemporary global strategic communication perspectives and diversity issues.

Prerequisite: 171L and 327 and 374 and STAT 145.

Instructor Email

jmw49@unm.edu

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60711 CJ 391.001 3 Strategic Social Media FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Oostman, Kimberly ARR ARR Online

CJ 391.001 Strategic Social Media

Catalog Description

Focuses on social media strategy, selection, and content development for use in targeted communication efforts by businesses and non-profit organizations. Emphasis placed on critical analysis and strategic use of a variety of social media platforms.

Instructor Email

kroostman@unm.edu

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59389 CJ 400.002 3 Senior Seminar: Perspectives on Communication FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Hoffmann, Jeffrey ARR ARR Online

CJ 400.002 Senior Seminar: Perspectives on Communication

Catalog Description

In this capstone course, seniors assess the theories, concepts and skills learned throughout their communication major and apply them to real-world situations as well as to the fulfillment of professional, personal and social goals.

Prerequisite: 300 and 301 and (332 or 333).

Instructor Email

jhoffmann@unm.edu

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56546 CJ 466.003 3 Media Law & Ethics FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Parker, Gwyneth Doland ARR ARR Online

CJ 466.003 Media Law & Ethics

Catalog Description

Intersection of journalism and mass communication with society and its ethical standards and laws. Focus on news media and ethical and legal issues in advertising, public relations and management.

Prerequisite: 171L.

Pre- or corequisite: STAT 145.

Instructor Email

gwynethd@unm.edu

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Computer Science
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
62934 CS 361L.002 3 Data Structures and Algorithms FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Hayes, Thomas TR 1230-1345 Online

CS 361L.002 Data Structures and Algorithms

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: TR
Meeting Times: 1230-1345 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

An introduction to data structures and algorithms and the mathematics needed to analyze their time and space complexity. Topics include asymptotic notation, recurrence relations and their solution, sorting, hash tables, basic priority queues, search trees (including at least one balanced structure) and basic graph representation and search. Students complete a term project that includes an experimental assessment of competing data structures.

Prerequisite: 261 and 241L.

Restriction: admitted to School of Engineering.

Instructor Email

hayes@unm.edu

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60704 CS 429.004 3 Introduction to Machine Learning FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Estrada, Trilce TR 0930-1045 Online

CS 429.004 Introduction to Machine Learning

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: TR
Meeting Times: 0930-1045 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

Introduction to principles and practice of systems that improve performance through experience. Topics include statistical learning framework, supervised and unsupervised learning, Bayesian analysis, time series analysis, reinforcement learning, performance evaluation and empirical methodology; design tradeoffs.

Prerequisite: 362 and STAT **345 and (MATH **314 or MATH **321).

Restriction: admitted to School of Engineering.

Instructor Email

trilce@unm.edu

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62724 CS 491.004 3 T: Smart Grid Technologies FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Bidram, Ali F 1615-1845 Online

CS 491.004 T: Smart Grid Technologies

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: F
Meeting Times: 1615-1845 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

Undergraduate seminars in special topics in computer science.

Detailed Course Description

This course presents selected topics covering the emerging technologies in electric power systems. The focus of the course is on distributed energy resources, modern control systems in power systems, and microgrid/smartgrid control and operation. The course content helps graduate students improve their knowledge and research skills in power and energy systems.

Student Learning Outcomes: Upon the successful completion of this course, students will have the ability to
• Understand the technology of distributed energy resources including PV systems, wind turbine generators, and battery energy storage systems
• Understand the principles of Voltage Sourced Converters
• Understand the modern control and communication systems utilized in power systems
• Microgrid control design and feasibility studies

Prerequisites: ECE 381 (Introduction to Electric Power Systems)

Course evaluation: The course evaluation is based on four design projects and a final exam:

• Design Project 1: 10%, Due date: 09/21/2018
• Design Project 2: 10%, Due date: 10/19/2018
• Design Project 3: 30%, Due date: 11/16/2018
• Design Project 4: 20%, Due date: 12/14/2018
• Final Exam: 30%

Textbooks and Materials

Textbooks and Materials: Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

• Voltage-Sourced Converters in Power Systems: Modeling, Control, and Applications by Amirnaser Yazdani and Reza Iravani published by John Wiley & Sons, 2010.

• Cooperative Synchronization in Distributed Microgrid Control by Ali Bidram, Vahidreza Nasirian, Ali Davoudi, Frank Lewis published by Springer, 2017.

Web Conferencing

F 1615-1845

Instructor Email

bidram@unm.edu

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60706 CS 529.003 3 Introduction to Machine Learning FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Estrada, Trilce TR 0930-1045 Online

CS 529.003 Introduction to Machine Learning

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: TR
Meeting Times: 0930-1045 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

Introduction to principles and practice of systems that improve performance through experience. Topics include statistical learning framework, supervised and unsupervised learning, Bayesian analysis, time series analysis, reinforcement learning, performance evaluation and empirical methodology; design tradeoffs.

Prerequisite: 362 and STAT **345 and (MATH **314 or MATH **321).

Restriction: admitted to School of Engineering.

Instructor Email

trilce@unm.edu

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60750 CS 530.081 3 Geometric and Probabilistic Methods in Computer Science FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Williams, Lance MWF 1100-1150 Online

CS 530.081 Geometric and Probabilistic Methods in Computer Science

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: MWF
Meeting Times: 1100-1150 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

Introduction to applied mathematics for computer scientists. Specific topics include discrete and continuous random variables (including transformation and sampling), information theory, Huffman coding, Markov processes, linear systems theory, Fourier transforms, principal component analysis, and wavelet transforms.

Prerequisite: STAT 345.

Instructor Email

williams@cs.unm.edu

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60748 CS 561.003 3 Algorithms/Data Structure FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Saia, Jared TR 1530-1645 Online

CS 561.003 Algorithms/Data Structure

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: TR
Meeting Times: 1530-1645 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

Study of data structures and algorithms and mathematics needed to analyze their time and space complexity. Topics include: amortized analysis and self-adjusting data structures for trees and priority queues, graphing algorithms, greedy and divide-and-conquer paradigms.

Detailed Course Description

This class covers advanced topics in Algorithms and Data Structures with a focus on mathematical techniques, proofs and analysis. Topics to be covered will likely include the following: Randomized Algorithms:fingerprinting, data streaming algorithms, coupon collectors, birthday paradox, skip lists; Network Flow: Max Matchings, Min-cut Max-flow duality; Linear Programming, and basic game theory; NP-Hardness and Approximation Algorithms.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

We will be using the book: ``Introduction to Algorithms (third edition)'' by Cormen, Leiserson, Rivest and Stein, in addition to supplemental material and occasional handouts.

Instructor Email

saia@cs.unm.edu

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63093 CS 587.002 3 Advanced Operating Systems FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Bridges, Patrick TR 0930-1045 Online

CS 587.002 Advanced Operating Systems

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: TR
Meeting Times: 0930-1045 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

Theory of design of operating systems. Modeling, simulation, synchronization, concurrency, process hierarchies, networks and distributed systems.

Instructor Email

patrickb@unm.edu

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62726 CS 591.003 3 ST: Smart Grid Technologies FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Bidram, Ali F 1615-1845 Online

CS 591.003 ST: Smart Grid Technologies

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: F
Meeting Times: 1615-1845 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

Graduate seminars in special topics in computer science.

Restriction: permission of instructor.

Detailed Course Description

This course presents selected topics covering the emerging technologies in electric power systems. The focus of the course is on distributed energy resources, modern control systems in power systems, and microgrid/smartgrid control and operation. The course content helps graduate students improve their knowledge and research skills in power and energy systems.

Student Learning Outcomes: Upon the successful completion of this course, students will have the ability to
• Understand the technology of distributed energy resources including PV systems, wind turbine generators, and battery energy storage systems
• Understand the principles of Voltage Sourced Converters
• Understand the modern control and communication systems utilized in power systems
• Microgrid control design and feasibility studies

Prerequisites: ECE 381 (Introduction to Electric Power Systems)

Course evaluation: The course evaluation is based on four design projects and a final exam:

• Design Project 1: 10%, Due date: 09/21/2018
• Design Project 2: 10%, Due date: 10/19/2018
• Design Project 3: 30%, Due date: 11/16/2018
• Design Project 4: 20%, Due date: 12/14/2018
• Final Exam: 30%

Textbooks and Materials

Textbooks and Materials: Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

• Voltage-Sourced Converters in Power Systems: Modeling, Control, and Applications by Amirnaser Yazdani and Reza Iravani published by John Wiley & Sons, 2010.

• Cooperative Synchronization in Distributed Microgrid Control by Ali Bidram, Vahidreza Nasirian, Ali Davoudi, Frank Lewis published by Springer, 2017.

Web Conferencing

F 1615-1845

Instructor Email

bidram@unm.edu

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Dance
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
47411 DANC 105.005 3 Dance Appreciation
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FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Velasco, Melissa ARR ARR Online

DANC 105.005 Dance Appreciation

The Golden Paw Seal.

The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

A lecture and discussion course introducing the study of dance as technique, spectacle and ritual for today’s audience. Course fee required.

Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area V: Humanities and Fine Arts (NMCCN 1113).

Instructor Email

birdvelasco@gmail.com

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Dental Hygiene
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
45426 DEHY 330.002 2 Dental Health Education I FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Calleros, Christina ARR ARR Online

DEHY 330.002 Dental Health Education I

Catalog Description

This course includes the Etiology of prevalent oral diseases with a focus upon developing the education skills necessary to counsel dental hygiene patients. Dental and periodontal charting techniques are introduced. Restriction: DH majors only.

Detailed Course Description

By the end of the course students should be able to:
1. Compare disease prevalence, epidemiology, and etiology of periodontal inflammation and dental caries.
2. Discuss self, professional, and community oral hygiene interventions and adjuncts utilized in the prevention of periodontal inflammation and dental caries.
3. Apply and develop individualized oral hygiene instruction for all patients.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Primary Preventive Dentistry. Harris, Garcia-Godoy, and Nathe, 8th Edition.

*Dental Hygiene Theory and Practice. Darby and Walsh. 4th Edition.
*Clinical Practice of the Dental Hygienist. Wilkins. 12th Edition.

*These texts are likely also required for other dental hygiene courses.

Orientation

There will be an online orientation.

Face to Face Meetings


This course will require 1 on campus face to face meetings. This meeting is scheduled for October 30th, 2018 1-4 pm

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

Exams will be completed online and available in a range of time.

Instructor Email

CCalleros@salud.unm.edu

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59918 DEHY 407.002 1 Problems FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Nathe, Christine ARR ARR Online

DEHY 407.002 Problems

Catalog Description

Topical research and new procedures that cannot be accommodated in the regular dental hygiene curriculum. Hours arranged.

Instructor Email

cnathe@salud.unm.edu

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60708 DEHY 407.003 1 Problems FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Nathe, Christine ARR ARR Online

DEHY 407.003 Problems

Catalog Description

Topical research and new procedures that cannot be accommodated in the regular dental hygiene curriculum. Hours arranged.

Instructor Email

cnathe@salud.unm.edu

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39961 DEHY 410.001 3 Dental Hygiene Research Methodology FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Nathe, Christine ARR ARR Online

DEHY 410.001 Dental Hygiene Research Methodology

Catalog Description

Developing of research in regard to special areas in dental hygiene with emphasis on writing reports.

Restriction: DH majors only.

Instructor Email

cnathe@salud.unm.edu

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59390 DEHY 422.002 3 Dental Public Health I FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Nathe, Christine ARR ARR Online

DEHY 422.002 Dental Public Health I

Catalog Description

Study of the dental care delivery system in the world today and a global perspective of the science of oral disease prevention.

Restriction: DH majors only.

Instructor Email

cnathe@salud.unm.edu

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63538 DEHY 440.001 3 Extramural Experience FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Nathe, Christine ARR ARR Online

DEHY 440.001 Extramural Experience

Catalog Description

Provides the student with the opportunity to achieve educational and clinical skills and in depth knowledge in various dental care delivery systems. Prerequisite DEHY 422. DH Majors Only

Instructor Email

cnathe@salud.unm.edu

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20091 DEHY 502.001 3 Dental Hygiene Instructional Strategies FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Logothetis, Demetra ARR ARR Online

DEHY 502.001 Dental Hygiene Instructional Strategies

Catalog Description

DH Majors Only

Instructor Email

Dlogothetis@salud.unm.edu

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24665 DEHY 504.001 3 Dental Hygiene Internship FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Nathe, Christine ARR ARR Online

DEHY 504.001 Dental Hygiene Internship

Catalog Description

Restriction: admitted to M.S. in Dental Hygiene.

Instructor Email

cnathe@salud.unm.edu

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20093 DEHY 505.001 3 Clinical Teaching and Administration FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Logothetis, Demetra ARR ARR Online

DEHY 505.001 Clinical Teaching and Administration

Catalog Description

DH Majors Only

Instructor Email

Dlogothetis@salud.unm.edu

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45650 DEHY 507.002 3 Problems FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Nathe, Christine ARR ARR Online

DEHY 507.002 Problems

Catalog Description

Topical research and new procedures that cannot be accommodated in the regular dental hygiene curriculum.
Restriction: DH majors only.

Instructor Email

cnathe@salud.unm.edu

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39966 DEHY 510.001 3 Dental Hygiene Research Methodology FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Nathe, Christine ARR ARR Online

DEHY 510.001 Dental Hygiene Research Methodology

Catalog Description

Developing of research in regard to special areas in dental hygiene with emphasis on writing reports.

Restriction: DH majors only.

Instructor Email

cnathe@salud.unm.edu

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45651 DEHY 560.002 3 Nonthesis Project FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Nathe, Christine ARR ARR Online

DEHY 560.002 Nonthesis Project

Catalog Description

DH Majors Only

Instructor Email

cnathe@salud.unm.edu

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50176 DEHY 599.003 1 Dental Hygiene Thesis FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Nathe, Christine ARR ARR Online

DEHY 599.003 Dental Hygiene Thesis

Catalog Description

Continuation of research, culminating in Master's Degree Thesis. The student is responsible for following procedures of the Office of Graduate Studies. Offered on a CR/NC basis only. DH Majors Only.

Instructor Email

cnathe@salud.unm.edu

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Economics
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
62595 ECON 105.005 3 Introductory Macroeconomics
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FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Reiser, Cristina ARR ARR Online

ECON 105.005 Introductory Macroeconomics

The Golden Paw Seal.

The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Catalog Description

Economics on a national scale: determination of national income, employment level, inflation and impact of policies affecting money supply, interest rates and government programs. Current macroeconomic issues and problems. (Prerequisite for most upper-division courses).

Detailed Course Description

This course is for those students enrolled in the UNM's Managed Online Program. This course provides an introduction to macroeconomics - the branch of economics that covers economy-wide issues. We'll cover trade, demand and supply, GDP, unemployment, inflation, income inequality around the world, the business cycle, financial markets, and policy interventions by the central bank and the government. The course combines concepts and models with real-time data as well as examples from history and the present.

By the end of the course, you'll have a solid foundation in principles of macroeconomics and the skills needed to analyze and evaluate the world around you as an economist does.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Instructor Email

creiser@unm.edu

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44240 ECON 105.021 3 Introductory Macroeconomics
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FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Reiser, Cristina ARR ARR Online

ECON 105.021 Introductory Macroeconomics

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The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

Economics on a national scale: determination of national income, employment level, inflation and impact of policies affecting money supply, interest rates and government programs. Current macroeconomic issues and problems. (Prerequisite for most upper-division courses).

Detailed Course Description

This course provides an introduction to macroeconomics - the branch of economics that covers economy-wide issues. We'll cover trade, demand and supply, GDP, unemployment, inflation, income inequality around the world, the business cycle, financial markets, and policy interventions by the central bank and the government. The course combines concepts and models with real-time data as well as examples from history and the present.

By the end of the course, you'll have a solid foundation in principles of macroeconomics and the skills needed to analyze and evaluate the world around you as an economist does.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Instructor Email

creiser@unm.edu

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46497 ECON 105.022 3 Introductory Macroeconomics FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Nurwita, Eva ARR ARR Online

ECON 105.022 Introductory Macroeconomics

Catalog Description

Economics on a national scale: determination of national income, employment level, inflation and impact of policies affecting money supply, interest rates and government programs. Current macroeconomic issues and problems. (Prerequisite for most upper-division courses).

Detailed Course Description

This course is an introduction to modern economic society and theories of production and exchange, with emphasis on monetary and fiscal policy and macroeconomics

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

The required textbook for this course is written by Hubbard and O'Brien (Macroeconomics 6th Edition), and there will also be required online homework site. The detail will be provided in the syllabus, which will be sent before the course start date.

Orientation

There will be around an hour of online orientation. Schedule will be provided later.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

This course has exams.

Instructor Email

enurwita@unm.edu

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62596 ECON 106.003 3 Introductory Microeconomics FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Reiser, Cristina ARR ARR Online

ECON 106.003 Introductory Microeconomics

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Catalog Description

Exploration of individual consumer behavior, production decisions by the firm and supply and demand relationships in the marketplace. Examination of the international dimension of production and consumption choices. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area IV: Social/Behavioral Sciences (NMCCN 2123). (Prerequisite for most upper-division courses.)

Instructor Email

creiser@unm.edu

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62872 ECON 106.004 3 Introductory Microeconomics FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Bishwakarma, Rajan ARR ARR Online

ECON 106.004 Introductory Microeconomics

Catalog Description

Exploration of individual consumer behavior, production decisions by the firm and supply and demand relationships in the marketplace. Examination of the international dimension of production and consumption choices. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area IV: Social/Behavioral Sciences (NMCCN 2123). (Prerequisite for most upper-division courses.)

Instructor Email

rbishwakarma@unm.edu

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44242 ECON 106.016 3 Introductory Microeconomics FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Lu, Na ARR ARR Online

ECON 106.016 Introductory Microeconomics

Catalog Description

Exploration of individual consumer behavior, production decisions by the firm and supply and demand relationships in the marketplace. Examination of the international dimension of production and consumption choices. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area IV: Social/Behavioral Sciences (NMCCN 2123). (Prerequisite for most upper-division courses.)

Detailed Course Description

This is a fully online course for introductory microeconomics - the branch of economics that examines individual, household and firm-level decision-making under scarcity. Because this is an introductory course, we’re going to examine many different yet interesting topics. We begin by analyzing why trade is good and introducing the demand and supply framework. We then use this framework to understand economic efficiency and how government regulation can change market outcomes. Then, we move on to explain how firms make decisions to maximize profit, and look at how this changes under different market structures including perfect competition and monopoly. We end the course by applying what we’ve learned by looking at some special topics in microeconomics, time permitting - externalities and corrective measures, international trade and trade policy, and income distribution, poverty, and the welfare state.

All course content will be administered through Learn and MyEconLab (MEL).

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Instructor Email

lvna0831@unm.edu

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50766 ECON 212.002 3 Personal Investing FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Ganderton, Philip ARR ARR Online

ECON 212.002 Personal Investing

Catalog Description

Investment options available to the individual will be analyzed in terms of economic theories of capital markets. Risk, value, returns and portfolio analysis.

Detailed Course Description

If you had invested $10,000 in the stock market (S&P500 Index) in January 2008 and panicked when the market bottomed out early 2009 during the Great Recession, your investment would only have been worth $4,800. But if you hadn't panicked and stayed in the market, you would have recovered to have $18,800 today (June 2018). Even if you had started investing one year ago, your $10,000 would be worth $11,200 today. And if you had bought at the bottom of the market in March 2009 your $10,000 would be worth $38,800 today. The stock market is not only an interesting thing to study, it's exciting!

This course is about investing in your future. When to borrow, when to save, when to invest and what to invest in. It's an economics course that applies simple economic theories to the help you understand investing in your personal life.

Textbooks and Materials

There is no text book. All material is available on the course website and in the links provided there.

Orientation

This course does not have an orientation

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

This course has exams
The final exam is on-line and can be taken at any time during a 4 day window.

Instructor Email

gandini@unm.edu

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62597 ECON 300.001 3 Intermediate Microeconomics FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Reiser, Cristina ARR ARR Online

ECON 300.001 Intermediate Microeconomics

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Catalog Description

Intermediate analysis of microeconomic theory and concepts. Topics include consumer behavior and demand, production and costs, price and output under both perfect competition and pure monopoly.

Prerequisite: 105 and 106

Detailed Course Description

This course is for those students enrolled in UNM's Managed Online Program. This is a fully online course for the intermediate analysis of microeconomic theory and concepts. We build on the microeconomic principles already learned to develop a deeper intuition and understanding, using some more rigorous tools. The main objective of the course is to provide you with the pre-requisite knowledge you’ll use in your upper-level elective courses. The course is divided into four parts: analytical tools and competitive model; consumer choice; producer choice; and applications in intermediate microeconomic theory.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Instructor Email

creiser@unm.edu

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56548 ECON 300.002 3 Intermediate Microeconomics FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Reiser, Cristina ARR ARR Online

ECON 300.002 Intermediate Microeconomics

Catalog Description

Intermediate analysis of microeconomic theory and concepts. Topics include consumer behavior and demand, production and costs, price and output under both perfect competition and pure monopoly.

Prerequisite: 105 and 106

Detailed Course Description

This course is for those students enrolled in UNM's Managed Online Program. This is a fully online course for the intermediate analysis of microeconomic theory and concepts. We build on the microeconomic principles already learned to develop a deeper intuition and understanding, using some more rigorous tools. The main objective of the course is to provide you with the pre-requisite knowledge you’ll use in your upper-level elective courses. The course is divided into four parts: analytical tools and competitive model; consumer choice; producer choice; and applications in intermediate microeconomic theory.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Instructor Email

creiser@unm.edu

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56549 ECON 303.002 3 Intermediate Macroeconomics I
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FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Dixon, Dave ARR ARR Online

ECON 303.002 Intermediate Macroeconomics I

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The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

Theories of national income determination in explaining business cycles; aggregate supply; and the role of expectations. Role of monetary and fiscal policies in stabilizing the economy.

Prerequisite: ECON 105 and ECON 106 and (ECON 307 or MATH 162 or MATH 180).

Instructor Email

ddixon@unm.edu

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63080 ECON 303.003 3 Intermediate Macroeconomics I
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FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Dixon, Dave ARR ARR Online

ECON 303.003 Intermediate Macroeconomics I

The Golden Paw Seal.

The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Catalog Description

Theories of national income determination in explaining business cycles; aggregate supply; and the role of expectations. Role of monetary and fiscal policies in stabilizing the economy.

Prerequisite: ECON 105 and ECON 106 and (ECON 307 or MATH 162 or MATH 180).

Instructor Email

ddixon@unm.edu

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62598 ECON 307.001 3 Economics Tools FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Reiser, Cristina ARR ARR Online

ECON 307.001 Economics Tools

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Catalog Description

Introduces math, data and writing skills that are essential for understanding, interpreting and communicating economics concepts.

Prerequisite: MATH 121 or MATH 150 or ACT Math =>26 or SAT Math Section =>620 or ACCUPLACER College-Level Math =>100.

Pre- or corequisite: 105 or 106.

Instructor Email

creiser@unm.edu

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62599 ECON 307.002 3 Economics Tools FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Reiser, Cristina ARR ARR Online

ECON 307.002 Economics Tools

Catalog Description

Introduces math, data and writing skills that are essential for understanding, interpreting and communicating economics concepts.

Prerequisite: MATH 121 or MATH 150 or ACT Math =>26 or SAT Math Section =>620 or ACCUPLACER College-Level Math =>100.

Pre- or corequisite: 105 or 106.

Instructor Email

creiser@unm.edu

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62851 ECON 309.001 3 Introductory Statistics and Econometrics FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Dixon, Dave ARR ARR Online

ECON 309.001 Introductory Statistics and Econometrics

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Catalog Description

Introductory statistics, probability, probability distributions and hypothesis testing. Basic econometric techniques emphasizing estimation of economic relationships and the use of econometric models in forecasting.

Prerequisite: 105 and 106 and STAT 145.

Detailed Course Description

The purpose of this course is to introduce economics students to the highly essential skills of interpreting econometric analysis, the backbone of data-driven economics research. Students have a choice of the econometrics software they will use. For information on this choice, plus the syllabus and schedule, please visit the instructor's web page for this course at

http://www.unm.edu/~ddixon/classes/Econ309_2018_3_Fall_online/index.html

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

See the instructor's web page for information on the econometric software choices and requirements in this course

http://www.unm.edu/~ddixon/classes/Econ309_2018_3_Fall_online/index.html

Orientation

The orientation is online. The student will complete the orientation module before beginning with the curriculum. The orientation module typically takes about two hours to complete.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

This course has three online exams. There are two parts to each exam: a set of multiple choice questions and a few essay-type questions. Students have access to each exam for a one week period. The multiple choice questions have a time limit of 2 hours to be completed is a single session any time during the week. The written part has no time limit.

Instructor Email

ddixon@unm.edu

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62852 ECON 309.002 3 Introductory Statistics and Econometrics FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Dixon, Dave ARR ARR Online

ECON 309.002 Introductory Statistics and Econometrics

Catalog Description

Introductory statistics, probability, probability distributions and hypothesis testing. Basic econometric techniques emphasizing estimation of economic relationships and the use of econometric models in forecasting.

Prerequisite: 105 and 106 and STAT 145.

Detailed Course Description

The purpose of this course is to introduce economics students to the highly essential skills of interpreting econometric analysis, the backbone of data-driven economics research. Students have a choice of the econometrics software they will use. For information on this choice, plus the syllabus and schedule, please visit the instructor's web page for this course at

http://www.unm.edu/~ddixon/classes/Econ309_2018_3_Fall_online/index.html

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

See the instructor's web page for information on the econometric software choices and requirements in this course

http://www.unm.edu/~ddixon/classes/Econ309_2018_3_Fall_online/index.html

Orientation

The orientation is online. The student will complete the orientation module before beginning with the curriculum. The orientation module typically takes about two hours to complete.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

This course has three online exams. There are two parts to each exam: a set of multiple choice questions and a few essay-type questions. Students have access to each exam for a one week period. The multiple choice questions have a time limit of 2 hours to be completed is a single session any time during the week. The written part has no time limit.

Instructor Email

ddixon@unm.edu

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62731 ECON 330.001 3 Consumer Economics FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Fontenla, Matias ARR ARR Online

ECON 330.001 Consumer Economics

Catalog Description

Introduces the theory of consumer behavior and demand analysis. Empirical applications of consumer theory will be explored. Possible topics include: consumer safety, family budgeting, marketing research and the household production function approach.

Prerequisite: **300.

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62732 ECON 335.001 3 Health Economics FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Van Der Goes, David ARR ARR Online

ECON 335.001 Health Economics

Catalog Description

Market concepts and health care issues. Economic assessment of the U.S. health care system. Explores physician supply and demand, hospitals, malpractice, pharmaceuticals, insurance and related topics.

Prerequisite: 105 and 106

Detailed Course Description

Market concepts and health care issues. Economic assessment of the U.S. health care system. Explores physician supply and demand, hospitals, malpractice, pharmaceuticals, insurance and related topics.

We will pay special attention to the Affordable Care Act and related health care policies in the US. Also, we will spend time on health technology assessment and cost-effectiveness.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

We will use (ISBN: 9780262016766):

http://mitpress.mit.edu/books/health-economics

Orientation

This course does not have an orientation

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

We will use web conferencing for office hours. I will also have office hours on campus.

Testing

This course will have three graded exams at approximately week 3, week 6, and the end of the course

Instructor Email

dvandergoes@salud.unm.edu

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CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
60781 EDUC 101.002 3 Introduction to Education FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Zink, Waunita ARR ARR Online

EDUC 101.002 Introduction to Education

Catalog Description

Introduction to education as a profession. This course will help students become familiar with the cultural, social, and political dimensions of education in contemporary society. A field component at an educational site is required.

Detailed Course Description

Introduction to Education as a profession. This course will help students become familiar with the cultural, social, and political dimensions of education in contemporary society. A field component at an educational site is required.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Instructor Email

zink@unm.edu

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61182 EDUC 101.003 3 Introduction to Education FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Zink, Waunita ARR ARR Online

EDUC 101.003 Introduction to Education

Catalog Description

Introduction to education as a profession. This course will help students become familiar with the cultural, social, and political dimensions of education in contemporary society. A field component at an educational site is required.

Instructor Email

zink@unm.edu

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62655 EDUC 101.005 3 Introduction to Education FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Martinez, Mario ARR ARR Online

EDUC 101.005 Introduction to Education

Catalog Description

Introduction to education as a profession. This course will help students become familiar with the cultural, social, and political dimensions of education in contemporary society. A field component at an educational site is required.

Detailed Course Description

This course may require web conferencing or on campus face to face meetings. Contact your instructor for more information

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Instructor Email

mariomartinez@unm.edu

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50197 EDUC 321L.003 3 Teaching of Social Studies in the Elementary School FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Pena, Eduardo ARR ARR Online

EDUC 321L.003 Teaching of Social Studies in the Elementary School

Catalog Description

Development of conceptual framework for study of community-based curriculum with emphasis on the diverse cultures of the southwest and value clarification. Supervised work with children allows for in-depth analysis of both content and process.

Detailed Course Description

This course may require web conferencing or on campus face to face meetings. Contact your instructor for more information

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Instructor Email

penae@unm.edu

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57539 EDUC 330L.002 3 Reading & Diversity I
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FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Welch-Mooney, Irene ARR ARR Online

EDUC 330L.002 Reading & Diversity I

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The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

Study of reading process for emergent and intermediate readers focusing on: cueing systems, assessment, family and community contexts, language, culture and instruction in individual and small group settings. Lab includes supervised tutoring and discussion group.

Detailed Course Description

The course focuses on methods for teaching reading in the elementary school and establishing a theoretical framework for exploring various approaches to reading/language development instruction and evaluation in multicultural classroom settings. The course requires a background check with the corresponding school district for your fieldwork, which consists of reading sessions with a K-8 student.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

1. Gunning, T. (2016). Creating literacy instruction for all students (9th edition). Amherst, MA: Pearson Education (We will be reading Chapters 1-5; the second half of the text aligns with the second reading course, EDUC 331L/531). This is an e text with a code along with a loose-leaf version and the isbn is 0-13-408853-0. Go to http://www.mypearsonstore.com/index.asp?partner_select=49 and type in Gunning or the book title.

2. Altman, L.J. (1995). Amelia’s Road. NY: Lee and Low Books. (Children’s Book for a book discussion)

Orientation

There is an orientation available within the course.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings.

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing.

Testing

This course does not have exams.

Instructor Email

iwelch@unm.edu

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58555 EDUC 330L.003 3 Reading & Diversity I
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FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Welch-Mooney, Irene ARR ARR Online

EDUC 330L.003 Reading & Diversity I

The Golden Paw Seal.

The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

Study of reading process for emergent and intermediate readers focusing on: cueing systems, assessment, family and community contexts, language, culture and instruction in individual and small group settings. Lab includes supervised tutoring and discussion group.

Detailed Course Description

The course focuses on methods for teaching reading in the elementary school and establishing a theoretical framework for exploring various approaches to reading/language development instruction and evaluation in multicultural classroom settings. The course requires a background check with the corresponding school district for your fieldwork, which consists of reading sessions with a K-8 student.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

1. Gunning, T. (2016). Creating literacy instruction for all students (9th edition). Amherst, MA: Pearson Education (We will be reading Chapters 1-5; the second half of the text aligns with the second reading course, EDUC 331L/531). This is an e text with a code along with a loose-leaf version and the isbn is 0-13-408853-0. Go to http://www.mypearsonstore.com/index.asp?partner_select=49 and type in Gunning or the book title.

2. Altman, L.J. (1995). Amelia’s Road. NY: Lee and Low Books. (Children’s Book for a book discussion)

Orientation

There is an orientation available within the course.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings.

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing.

Testing

This course does not have exams.

Instructor Email

iwelch@unm.edu

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61346 EDUC 330L.006 3 Reading & Diversity I
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FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Welch-Mooney, Irene ARR ARR Online

EDUC 330L.006 Reading & Diversity I

The Golden Paw Seal.

The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

Study of reading process for emergent and intermediate readers focusing on: cueing systems, assessment, family and community contexts, language, culture and instruction in individual and small group settings. Lab includes supervised tutoring and discussion group.

Detailed Course Description

The course focuses on methods for teaching reading in the elementary school and establishing a theoretical framework for exploring various approaches to reading/language development instruction and evaluation in multicultural classroom settings. The course requires a background check with the corresponding school district for your fieldwork, which consists of reading sessions with a K-8 student.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

1. Gunning, T. (2016). Creating literacy instruction for all students (9th edition). Amherst, MA: Pearson Education (We will be reading Chapters 1-5; the second half of the text aligns with the second reading course, EDUC 331L/531). This is an e text with a code along with a loose-leaf version and the isbn is 0-13-408853-0. Go to http://www.mypearsonstore.com/index.asp?partner_select=49 and type in Gunning or the book title.

2. Altman, L.J. (1995). Amelia’s Road. NY: Lee and Low Books. (Children’s Book for a book discussion)

Orientation

There is an orientation available within the course.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings.

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing.

Testing

This course does not have exams.

Instructor Email

iwelch@unm.edu

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57542 EDUC 331L.002 3 Reading & Diversity II
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FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Welch-Mooney, Irene ARR ARR Online

EDUC 331L.002 Reading & Diversity II

The Golden Paw Seal.

The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

Establishing a theoretical framework for exploring various approaches to reading/language development, instruction and evaluation in multicultural classroom settings. Three lectures, 1 hr. lab.

Detailed Course Description

The prerequisite for this course is EDUC 330L, The Teaching of Reading to Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students K-8 (Reading and Diversity I). The course focuses on methods for teaching reading in the elementary school and establishing a theoretical framework for exploring various approaches to reading/language development instruction and evaluation in multicultural classroom settings. You will conduct reading sessions with a small group of students as your field experience.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Gunning, T. (2016). Creating literacy instruction for all students (9th edition). Amherst, MA: Pearson Education. This is an e text with a code along with a loose-leaf version and the isbn is 0-13-408853-0.
The text is available at the UNM Bookstore main campus or
go to http://www.mypearsonstore.com/index.asp?partner_select=49 and type in Gunning or the book title.

Orientation

The course orientation takes place within the course during the first week of class.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings.

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing.

Testing

This course does not have exams.

Instructor Email

iwelch@unm.edu

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60523 EDUC 333L.001 3 Teaching Oral and Written Language in Elementary Schools FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Winfield, Maria ARR ARR Online

EDUC 333L.001 Teaching Oral and Written Language in Elementary Schools

Catalog Description

Study of oral and written forms of language. Background theory in language development and use in teacher-child
interactions is presented and followed by carefully designed experiences with children. Three lectures, 1 hr. lab.

Detailed Course Description

"And so, lifting as we climb, onward and upward we go, struggling and striving, and hoping ...we look forward to a future large with promise and hope."
Mary Church Terrell

Education 333L: Teaching Language Arts (K-8) is one of a series of courses required to prepare pre-service teachers to work effectively with elementary and middle school students. The course focuses on language arts methods that inspire elementary and middle students. Preservice teachers are introduced to best practices in language arts pedagogy, methodology, research and theory. A developmental perspective is emphasized throughout the course by documentation of qualitative and quantitative changes.This means that scholars in this course will complete the kinds of hands on activities they can use in their future classrooms while improving their own writing and critical thinking skills.For example Preservice teachers will create poetry packets, complete innovative writing activities, and participate in literature circles and writing workshops.

“I have come to believe that a great teacher is a great artist...It might even be the greatest of the arts since the medium is the human mind and spirit.”
John Steinbeck

I designed this course with one textbook and weekly one-page essays because I want you to genuinely read and study the information in this book.I hope you will take advantage of the wisdom of one: one book, one paper, one page, once weekly. This method allows you to read carefully, and think deeply about teaching language arts.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Orientation

This course does not have an orientation

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

This course does not have exams

Instructor Email

mwinfield@unm.edu

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63621 EDUC 353L.001 3 Teaching of Science in the Elementary School FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Roberts-Harris, Deborah 8/21,9/4,9/18,10/2,10/16,10/30,11/13,11/27 1600-1700 Online

EDUC 353L.001 Teaching of Science in the Elementary School

Catalog Description

Methods, processes, content and management of children’s science observation, exploration, discovery and invention; attitudes of inquiry and wonderment. Science integrated with math and other areas of life. Three lectures, 1 hr. lab.

Instructor Email

drober02@unm.edu

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57474 EDUC 361L.004 3 Teaching Mathematics in the Elementary School FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Pichette, William ARR ARR Online

EDUC 361L.004 Teaching Mathematics in the Elementary School

Catalog Description

Strategies and materials appropriate for traditional and innovative instructional programs in elementary school mathematics. Supervised work with children allows for in-depth analysis of both content and process.

Pre- or corequisite: Math 111 and 112 and (MATH 121 or MATH 215).

Detailed Course Description

The purpose of this course is to prepare future and current teachers to teach mathematics to culturally and linguistically diverse students by developing understandings, practices and identities that will future and current teachers to develop and implement appropriate, responsive and rich learning opportunities for all students. At its heart, this course is built around the belief that teachers have tremendous power to impact children's mathematical trajectories. Whether you are teaching mathematics to early childhood, upper elementary or middle school children, what you know and believe what you do and how you do it is consequential.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Text based and e-text are able to be used for this course.

Orientation

This course does not have an orientation.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings.

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing.

Testing

This course does not have exams.

Instructor Email

williampichette@gmail.com

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49976 EDUC 400.024 3 Student Teaching in the Elementary School FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Vigil, Virginia Padilla ARR ARR Online

EDUC 400.024 Student Teaching in the Elementary School

Catalog Description

1.000 TO 15.000 Credit hours
Pre- or corequisites: 321L or 331L or 333L or 353L or 361L.

Additional requirements are listed in the catalog and entitled Student Teaching.

Offered on a CR/NC basis only.

Restriction: admitted to Elementary Education.

Instructor Email

vpadill3@unm.edu

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62653 EDUC 401L.003 3 Creating Effective K-8 Learning Environments I FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Vigil, Virginia Padilla ARR ARR Online

EDUC 401L.003 Creating Effective K-8 Learning Environments I

Catalog Description

This course is the discussion and analysis seminar for Elementary Education majors during their first semester of Field Experience.

Corequisite: 411L.

Restriction: admitted to B.S.Ed. in Elementary Education.

Detailed Course Description

This course may require web conferencing or on campus face to face meetings. Contact your instructor for more information

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Instructor Email

vpadill3@unm.edu

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50198 EDUC 421.003 3 The Social Studies Program in the Elementary School FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Walker, Trenia ARR ARR Online

EDUC 421.003 The Social Studies Program in the Elementary School

Catalog Description

Overview and development of the social studies curriculum within the contexts of the elementary school program and multicultural community settings.

Detailed Course Description

This course may require web conferencing or on campus face to face meetings. Contact your instructor for more information

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Instructor Email

tlwalker@unm.edu

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60524 EDUC 433.001 3 Oral and Written Language Programs in the Elementary School FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Winfield, Maria ARR ARR Online

EDUC 433.001 Oral and Written Language Programs in the Elementary School

Catalog Description

The development extension/elaboration and analysis of the language arts in both home language and English language. Creative methods and materials.

Detailed Course Description

"And so, lifting as we climb, onward and upward we go, struggling and striving, and hoping ...we look forward to a future large with promise and hope."
Mary Church Terrell

Education 333L: Teaching Language Arts (K-8) is one of a series of courses required to prepare pre-service teachers to work effectively with elementary and middle school students. The course focuses on language arts methods that inspire elementary and middle students. Preservice teachers are introduced to best practices in language arts pedagogy, methodology, research and theory. A developmental perspective is emphasized throughout the course by documentation of qualitative and quantitative changes.This means that scholars in this course will complete the kinds of hands on activities they can use in their future classrooms while improving their own writing and critical thinking skills.For example Preservice teachers will create poetry packets, complete innovative writing activities, and participate in literature circles and writing workshops.

“I have come to believe that a great teacher is a great artist...It might even be the greatest of the arts since the medium is the human mind and spirit.”
John Steinbeck

I designed this course with one textbook and weekly one-page essays because I want you to genuinely read and study the information in this book.I hope you will take advantage of the wisdom of one: one book, one paper, one page, once weekly. This method allows you to read carefully, and think deeply about teaching language arts.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Orientation

This course does not have an orientation

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

This course does not have exams

Instructor Email

mwinfield@unm.edu

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58508 EDUC 438.008 3 Techng Read Writ Content Field FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Vitali, Frances ARR ARR Online

EDUC 438.008 Techng Read Writ Content Field

Catalog Description

Course explores issues of literacy development(i.e. reading, writing, listening and speaking) across core content areas of school curriculum. Required in secondary teacher education for all content specialization areas. Restriction: permission of the department.

Restriction: permission of the department.

Instructor Email

fvitali@unm.edu

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63622 EDUC 453.002 3 The Science Program in the Elementary School FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Roberts-Harris, Deborah 8/21,9/4,9/18,10/2,10/16,10/30,11/13,11/27 1600-1700 Online

EDUC 453.002 The Science Program in the Elementary School

Catalog Description

EDUC *453 (1-3 to a maximum of 3 ?)

Instructor Email

drober02@unm.edu

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57475 EDUC 461.004 3 Teaching Mathematics in the Elementary School
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FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Tyson, Kersti ARR ARR Online

EDUC 461.004 Teaching Mathematics in the Elementary School

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Instructor Email

kersti@unm.edu

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59934 EDUC 500.001 3 Research Applications to Education FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Lim, Woong ARR ARR Online

EDUC 500.001 Research Applications to Education

Catalog Description

An exploration of the forms of research in teaching and learning. Students have opportunities to identify types of research and determine the significance of the conclusions of research.

Instructor Email

woonglim@unm.edu

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62654 EDUC 502.001 3 Advanced Instructional Strategies
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FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Torrez, Cheryl ARR ARR Online

EDUC 502.001 Advanced Instructional Strategies

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The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

Exploration of accomplished teaching through study, practice and inquiry. Subject matter pedagogy and the diversity of pathways for learning, assessment and special needs in instruction are addressed.

Detailed Course Description

This graduate level course focuses on various instructional theories and corresponding strategies used in classrooms, the purposes of these strategies, and some ways to differentiate instruction for your students. This class will be differentiated.

Textbooks and Materials

Joyce, B., Weil, M., & Calhoun, E. (2015). Models of teaching. 9th edition. Boston: Pearson. ISBN 978-0-13-374930-4

Tomlinson, C. (2017) How to differentiate instruction in academically diverse classrooms. 3rd edition. Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. ISBN 978-1-4166-2330-4

American Psychological Association. (2009). Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.). Washington, DC: Author. ISBN 1-4338-0561-8

Orientation

This course does not have an orientation

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

This course does not have exams

Instructor Email

catorrez@unm.edu

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61826 EDUC 513.001 3 The Process of Reflection and Inquiry FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Lim, Woong ARR ARR Online

EDUC 513.001 The Process of Reflection and Inquiry

Catalog Description

Engages experienced teachers in the study and analysis of their own teaching and learning events through reflection and inquiry. Case studies, journals and narratives of teachers are used as tools for developing understandings.

Detailed Course Description

This course may require web conferencing or on campus face to face meetings. Contact your instructor for more information

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Instructor Email

woonglim@unm.edu

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61827 EDUC 520.001 3 Effective Teaching and Student Learning FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Torres-Velásquez, Diane ARR ARR Online

EDUC 520.001 Effective Teaching and Student Learning

Catalog Description

Concepts of effective teaching and student learning are defined and compared to current trends in measuring teacher effectiveness and student achievement. Throughout the course, individuals examine their own teaching practices and their students' learning.

Detailed Course Description

This course may require web conferencing or on campus face to face meetings. Contact your instructor for more information

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Instructor Email

vlasquez@unm.edu

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57543 EDUC 531.002 3 Reading Program in Elem School
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FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Welch-Mooney, Irene ARR ARR Online

EDUC 531.002 Reading Program in Elem School

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Catalog Description

Establishing a theoretical framework for exploring various approaches to reading/language development, instruction and evaluation in multicultural classroom settings.

Detailed Course Description

The prerequisite for this course is EDUC 330L, The Teaching of Reading to Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students K-8 (Reading and Diversity I). The course focuses on methods for teaching reading in the elementary school and establishing a theoretical framework for exploring various approaches to reading/language development instruction and evaluation in multicultural classroom settings. There is a field experience which includes reading sessions with a small group of students.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Gunning, T. (2016). Creating literacy instruction for all students (9th edition). Amherst, MA: Pearson Education. This is an e text with a code along with a loose-leaf version and the isbn is 0-13-408853-0. The text is available at the UNM Bookstore main campus or you can order it directly from the publisher:
Go to http://www.mypearsonstore.com/index.asp?partner_select=49 and type in Gunning or the book title.

Orientation

The orientation takes place within the course during the first week of class.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings.

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing.

Testing

This course does not have exams.

Instructor Email

iwelch@unm.edu

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61824 EDUC 542.001 3 Principles of Curriculum Development FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Roberts-Harris, Deborah ARR ARR Online

EDUC 542.001 Principles of Curriculum Development

Catalog Description

Focuses on issues of curriculum (K-12) from formal aspects of goals setting and planning to implicit issues of politics, culture and ideology.

Instructor Email

drober02@unm.edu

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46492 EDUC 552.001 3 Social Justice in Education FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Desai, Shiv ARR ARR Online

EDUC 552.001 Social Justice in Education

Catalog Description

Exploration of complex social justice issues and pedagogical responses. Focuses on knowledge and skills teachers need to integrate principles of social justice fully into classroom curriculum and instruction.

Instructor Email

sdesai@unm.edu

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57795 EDUC 590.001 3 Sem: Masters Seminar FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Desai, Shiv ARR ARR Online

EDUC 590.001 Sem: Masters Seminar

Catalog Description

For students in the Department of Teacher Education, this course synthesizes course work which has made up a master's degree program. Enhance and develop competence in professional communication, written and oral.

Instructor Email

sdesai@unm.edu

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57544 EDUC 595.004 3 Advanced Field Experiences FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Gutierrez, Jennifer ARR ARR Online

EDUC 595.004 Advanced Field Experiences

Catalog Description

Planned and supervised advanced professional laboratory or field experiences in agency or institutional settings.

Detailed Course Description

This course is the classroom companion to student/intern teaching. Students will reflect upon their experiences, read and analyze various teaching strategies, collaborate with peers to critically evaluate common classroom challenges, and will prepare evidence of New Mexico Teacher Competencies through the creation of a digital portfolio. This course is intended for all MA with Alternative Route to Licensure teacher candidates including those in semester 1, semester 2, those participating in a traditional student teaching setting, those interning and those who are also TFA candidates.

All teacher candidates must have a background check and liability insurance on file with UNM Field Services in order to remain enrolled in the course. Failure to provide verification may result in being dropped from the course within the first week of the semester.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Semester 1 (traditional student teaching/intern) - Hougan, E. (2011). Road to teaching: A guide to teacher training, student teaching, and finding a job. BookSurge Publishing. ISBN-10: 1419669079.

Semester 2 & TFA -All readings will be provided via Learn. Recommended texts will be included on syllabus.

Orientation

The first week of classes will include an online orientation.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings.

Web Conferencing

All web conferences are optional, but office hours will be offered via web conferencing.

Testing

This course does not have exams.

Instructor Email

jenngutierr@unm.edu

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Educational Leadership
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
49617 LEAD 501.002 3 Educational Leadership in a Democratic Society FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Woodrum, Arlie ARR ARR Online

LEAD 501.002 Educational Leadership in a Democratic Society

Catalog Description

Designed to help organizational leaders understand how schools have both limited and expanded educational opportunity and what leaders can do to organize educational institutions for democratic life.

Instructor Email

awoodrum@unm.edu

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46495 LEAD 503.002 3 Data-Informed Instructional Leadership
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FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Williams, Sheri ARR ARR Online

LEAD 503.002 Data-Informed Instructional Leadership

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Catalog Description

Data-Informed Instructional Leadership [Data-Driven Decision Making]
Development of instructional programs, human resources, and organizational improvements should be grounded in data, both qualitative and quantitative. Explores conceptual and practical approaches to analyzing data to improve schooling.

Textbooks and Materials

Materials are provided in the online course.

Orientation

This course does not have an orientation.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings.

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing.

Testing

This course does not have exams.

Instructor Email

ssw@unm.edu

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60258 LEAD 503.004 3 Data-Informed Instructional Leadership
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FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Williams, Sheri 8/25, 10/20, 12/8 1300 - 1600 Online

LEAD 503.004 Data-Informed Instructional Leadership

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The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

Data-Informed Instructional Leadership [Data-Driven Decision Making]
Development of instructional programs, human resources, and organizational improvements should be grounded in data, both qualitative and quantitative. Explores conceptual and practical approaches to analyzing data to improve schooling.

Textbooks and Materials

Materials are available in the Online Course.

Orientation

Saturday, August 25, 2018, in TEC 130, from 1pm to 4pm.

Face to Face Meetings

Saturdays on August 25, 2018, October 20, 2018, and December 8, 2018 in TEC 130, from 1pm to 4pm.

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing.

Testing

This course does not have exams.

Instructor Email

ssw@unm.edu

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52827 LEAD 509.001 3 Leadership and Organizational Change
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FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Minthorn, Robin ARR ARR Online

LEAD 509.001 Leadership and Organizational Change

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The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

Leadership and Organizational Change [Schools as Organizations]
This course, designed as an introduction to the concepts, theories and processes of organizational theory and organizational behavior, will provide prospective education leaders with a better understanding of the way organizations operate.

Instructor Email

rminthorn@unm.edu

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49621 LEAD 517.001 3 Communication for Education Leaders FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Secatero, Shawn ARR ARR Online

LEAD 517.001 Communication for Education Leaders

Catalog Description

This course explores both internal and external communication issues experienced in educational organizations. Emphasis will be placed upon what makes successful and productive communication from both theoretical and practical perspectives.

Instructor Email

ssecater@unm.edu

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43631 LEAD 521.001 3 School Finance and Resource Allocation FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Lopez, Patrick ARR ARR Online

LEAD 521.001 School Finance and Resource Allocation

Catalog Description

Formerly titled: School Finance and Resource Management
This course is designed to provide future school leaders with basic understanding of the workings of the educational funding system and to provide a framework for effective fiscal and staffing decisions at the school level.

Instructor Email

plopez5@unm.edu

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57922 LEAD 529.001 3 The Adult Learner FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Chávez, Alicia F. ARR ARR Online

LEAD 529.001 The Adult Learner

Catalog Description

Examines the teaching and learning transaction with adults. Specific attention is on adult life stage development, relevant learning theories and approaches, and learning style issues of cross-cultural populations.

Detailed Course Description

Educational leaders hold primary responsibility for understanding and facilitating learning among professionals, paraprofessionals, parents & families of students, college students, and other adult learners in and connected to education. We do this through supervision, leadership, professional development, coaching, facilitation, college teaching, mentoring, and through purposeful daily interactions with those we wish to influence. Developing a pragmatic understanding and ability to apply adult learning theory directly to our practice is essential for educational leaders. Understanding the influences of adult learner strengths as well as challenges and barriers to learning is critical to continual transformation of education.

The evolving landscape of education requires continual learning among leaders as well as the facilitation of learning in professionals and paraprofessionals. Adult learners in education are likely to learn through professional development, advanced degrees, supervision, and mentoring as well as their own self direction. Educational leaders are most effective when we promote and facilitate continual learning in those we lead as well as generally in the profession. To do this, strong understanding of learning processes among adults and ability to facilitate learning is important.

This course focuses on developing educational leaders to design, facilitate, assess, and oversee adult learning processes for adults and applied to student’s own professional areas such as professional development, collegiate teaching, supervision, mentoring, coaching, advising, and facilitating. In this course students are introduced to adult learning theories, factors influencing learning processes among adults, learning needs assessment, and application of theory for self-awareness, development of others, learning in others, adult learning design, critique, and assessment. Three general areas are explored regarding adult learning: 1) the contexts of adult learning, 2) a diversity of theories and processes of adult learning and development, and 3) characteristics of adult learners.

Course readings, assignments, online activities via UNM Blackboard LEARN, and fieldwork are organized into 2-week learning modules and designed to give students an integrated view of adult learners and contexts in which they learn as well as to explore the inner landscape of ourselves in relation to facilitating learning through roles as leaders, trainers, facilitators, supervisors, instructional coaches, teaching as collegiate faculty, and mentors. In this course students learn from theory, from adult learners through inquiry in the field, through self-reflection, from assessing others’ learning, from design and application, and from reflecting on our own teaching, facilitating, mentoring, supervising, coaching, and/or leading of others.

Orientation

This course has an online orientation in the Welcome Module that students will be asked to complete in the first week of classes.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings.

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing.

Testing

This course does not have exams.

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59312 LEAD 534.001 3 Policy Issues in Education FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Borden, Allison ARR ARR Online

LEAD 534.001 Policy Issues in Education

Catalog Description

This course focuses on current research and debates on critical policy areas relating to PK-12 education. The class examines the role of key decision-makers, ideologies, and implementation constraints in policy conflict resolution.

Detailed Course Description

This seminar provides future school leaders with an introduction to current research and debates on critical policy areas relating to PK-12 education. Students will critically assess the underlying assumptions and politics that guide particular policy choices and evaluate their design, implementation, impact, and outcomes.

Textbooks and Materials

Readings will be available inside Learn. In addition, you will be able to access an eBook through UNM libraries.

Orientation

There will be a brief orientation as part of the first module to help you become familiar with the course structure and tools inside Learn.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

There will be no formally scheduled web conferences, however I will make web conferencing available for small groups upon request.

Testing

This course does not have exams

Instructor Email

aborden@unm.edu

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28009 LEAD 594.001 3 Practicum FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Chávez, Alicia F. ARR ARR Online

LEAD 594.001 Practicum

Catalog Description

A required field experience for students in Educational Leadership programs who are not seeking state administrative licensure. Arranged with advisor and program faculty.

Detailed Course Description

This course is designed to fulfill 3 credits of the practicum requirement for students in the Educational Leadership master’s program (without licensure)*. Students are required to take this course twice in two different semesters for a total of 6 practicum credits. You are welcome to design the two practica experiences/semesters to build on each other or you can choose separate focus areas. Dr. Alicia F. Chávez will offer specific leadership guidance and suggestions throughout the semester long course in relation to your leadership goals and practicum focus.

*Note: if you are working toward administrative licensure you will need to take internship credits (LEAD 596) instead of practicum credits. Contact Dr. Russ Romans in Educational Leadership for information regarding internships for licensure.

The practicum course is designed for masters students who are NOT seeking licensure including higher education, non-profit, state, Tribal, federal, BIE, and other leadership roles. Students are encouraged to choose and design a focus that will be helpful to their current and future leadership roles including shadowing current leaders and engaging in new or developing leadership experiences and skills. Your focus this semester might be on areas of budgeting, strategic or curricular planning, grant writing, needs or program assessment, conference leadership, community partnerships, fundraising, supervision, professional development facilitation or other areas common to leadership and/or administration in education.

Specific focus on inquiry projects is not meant for the practicum course and will ONLY be considered in special circumstances and with approval and mentorship from your faculty advisor and myself. Please consider these parameters as you develop your ideas and proposal for your practicum this semester.

Textbooks and Materials

There are no textbooks for this course.

Orientation

This course includes an online welcome and orientation that you will find when you log into the course. Complete the orientation activity in the first week of classes.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings.

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing.

Testing

This course does not have exams.

Instructor Email

afchavez@unm.edu

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56953 LEAD 596.001 3 Administrative Internship FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Romans, Russ ARR ARR Online

LEAD 596.001 Administrative Internship

Catalog Description

The administrative internship provides field-based experiences to develop the skills, knowledge, and practices identified in the New Mexico Administrator Competencies. Students must meet program requirements for entry into the internship.

Detailed Course Description

The administrative internship provides significant opportunities in field-based experiences for interns to develop the skills, knowledge and practices identified in the NM Administrator Competencies, the Professional Standards for Educational Leadership and the National Policy Board for Educational Administration Standards through substantial, sustained, standards-based work in real settings, planned and guided cooperatively by UNM and school district cooperating mentor principals or administrators .

Textbooks and Materials

No textbook required - course materials will be available in the documents section of your LEARN classroom

Face to Face Meetings

Instructor visits each student during a site visit which is arranged during the first weeks of the online course.

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing.

Testing

This course does not have exams.

Instructor Email

ruromans@unm.edu

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41231 LEAD 596.003 3 Administrative Internship FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Romans, Russ 8/25, 10/20, 12/8 0900-1200 Online

LEAD 596.003 Administrative Internship

Catalog Description

The administrative internship provides field-based experiences to develop the skills, knowledge, and practices identified in the New Mexico Administrator Competencies. Students must meet program requirements for entry into the internship.

Detailed Course Description

The first of two semesters of your internship experience providing significant opportunities in field-based experiences for POLLEN 3 students to develop the skills, knowledge and practices identified in the NM Administrator Competencies and Professional Standards for Educational Leadership.

Textbooks and Materials

No textbook required in this course - documents for the course will be provided at our first face-to-face workshop.

Orientation

Orientation takes place at our first campus meeting on August 25.

Face to Face Meetings

Campus meetings are on August 25, October 20 and December 8.

Web Conferencing

This course has web conferencing.

Testing

This course has exams.

Instructor Email

ruromans@unm.edu

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Educational Psychology
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
41222 EDPY 303.005 3 Human Growth and Development
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FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Armstrong, Jan ARR ARR Online

EDPY 303.005 Human Growth and Development

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The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

Principles of human growth and development across the life span and implications for education.

Instructor Email

jka@unm.edu

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41223 EDPY 303.006 3 Human Growth and Development FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Miller, Lori ARR ARR Online

EDPY 303.006 Human Growth and Development

Catalog Description

Principles of human growth and development across the life span and implications for education.

Instructor Email

millloria@gmail.com

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43933 EDPY 303.008 3 Human Growth and Development FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Zurlo, Dominick ARR ARR Online

EDPY 303.008 Human Growth and Development

Catalog Description

Principles of human growth and development across the life span and implications for education.

Detailed Course Description

This course offers a broad overview of human life-span development. The aim of the course is to provide a foundation of knowledge that will help you become a more knowledgeable and effective professional, thoughtful decision-maker, and compassionate human being. Hopefully, you will leave the course with a better understanding of your own developmental journey, and of how to foster healthy development in others.

Specifically this course introduces basic principles of human development and their application to instructional settings with particular emphasis on physical, cognitive, emotional and social development. An understanding of basic principles and their application to instructional environments is the foundation to the development of a professional educator. Knowledge of the basic principles underlying human development can provide an important framework for thinking about instruction in your future learning environments and how to support the health and wellbeing of the people with whom you live and work, and about whom you care.

Textbooks and Materials

Textbooks are available at the UNM Bookstore
Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Required Materials

1) Belsky, J. (2016). Experiencing the lifespan (4th edition). New York: Worth.
2) McGonigal, K. (2012). The willpower instinct: How self-control works, why it matters, and what you can do to get more out of it. Penguin: New York.
2) Human Development documentary film or video (an approved list will be provided).
3) Play-Doh (1-2 containers), colored markers, pencils (etc.) to use to create visual representations.
4) Copy of a magazine intended for preteen readers (available in many public libraries). Additional instructions will be provided for this assignment.

Orientation

Because this is an online course, familiarity with UNM Learn is required. Please review the material provided on the Learn Help pages (http://online.unm.edu/help/learn/students/) in order to familiarize yourself with the functions and capacities of UNM Learn.

Face to Face Meetings

This course only has face-to-face meetings in the event students who are within the geographical areas of Albuquerque and Santa Fe request them for office hours in order to discuss aspects of the course.

Web Conferencing

In the event students who are not within the geographical areas of Albuquerque and/or Santa Fe, NM and who need to set up office hours with the instructor, this course can support web conferencing. No other web conferencing is required, although optional "live" events may be offered from time to time.

Testing

There are 4 exams during the semester. All exams are provided online. Additional details will be provided during the course (and in the course syllabus).

Instructor Email

anthropo@unm.edu

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43934 EDPY 303.009 3 Human Growth and Development FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Miller, Lori ARR ARR Online

EDPY 303.009 Human Growth and Development

Catalog Description

Principles of human growth and development across the life span and implications for education.

Detailed Course Description

Welcome to Educational Psychology 303 - Human Growth and Development! This course offers a broad overview of human life-span development. The aim of the course is to provide a foundation of knowledge that will help you become a more knowledgeable and effective professional, thoughtful decision-maker, and compassionate human being. We hope you will leave the course with a better
understanding of your own developmental journey, and of how to foster healthy development in others.

Specifically this course introduces basic principles of human development and their application to instructional settings with particular emphasis on physical, cognitive, emotional and social development. An understanding of basic principles and their application to instructional environments is the foundation to the development of a professional educator. Knowledge of the basic principles underlying human development can provide an important framework for thinking about instruction in your future learning environments and how to support the health and wellbeing of the people with whom you live and work, and about whom you care.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

1) Belsky, J. (2016). Experiencing the lifespan (4th edition). New York: Worth.
2) McGonigal, K. (2012). The willpower instinct: How self-control works, why it matters, and what you can do to get more out of it. Penguin: New York.
2) Human Development documentary film or video (an approved list will be provided).
3) Play-Doh (1-2 containers), colored markers, pencils (etc.) to use to create visual representations.
4) Copy of a magazine intended for preteen readers (available in many public libraries). Additionalinstructions will be provided for this assignment.

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

There are four timed tests. Each test has part 1 and part 2. Part 1 is multiple choice and is graded immediately. Part two is fill in the blank and essay. Part two needs to be graded by the instructor.

Instructor Email

millloria@gmail.com

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43935 EDPY 303.010 3 Human Growth and Development FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Zieher, Almut ARR ARR Online

EDPY 303.010 Human Growth and Development

Catalog Description

Principles of human growth and development across the life span and implications for education.

Instructor Email

azieher@unm.edu

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38873 EDPY 310.005 3 Learning in the Classroom
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FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Flowerday, Terri ARR ARR Online

EDPY 310.005 Learning in the Classroom

The Golden Paw Seal.

The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

The basic principles of learning, particularly cognition, motivation and assessment, and their application to classroom situations.

Instructor Email

tflower@unm.edu

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41224 EDPY 310.006 3 Learning in the Classroom
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FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Ruth, Tenley ARR ARR Online

EDPY 310.006 Learning in the Classroom

The Golden Paw Seal.

The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

The basic principles of learning, particularly cognition, motivation and assessment, and their application to classroom situations.

Detailed Course Description

This three-credit hour course contributes to the College of Education (COE) Conceptual Framework which values the individual development of professional Understandings, Practices, and Identities. These components frame the lifelong learning of professional educators and are reflected in the COE Core Values, which is grounded in state and national standards and competencies. This course is designed to offer a broad overview of classroom practices and will increase professional understanding in how individuals function in a classroom and how to promote learning in students in all cultural backgrounds and learning needs. These understandings will allow individuals to engage in practices that focus on being “learner-centered, contextual, coherent, culturally responsive, and technologically current” (COE, 2006). Through understandings and practices individuals will develop professional identities as an educator.

Specifically, this course introduces basic principles of learning and their application to the classroom with particular emphasis on cognitive theories, motivation, and classroom management. An understanding of basic learning principles and their application to classroom situations is the foundation of the development of a professional educator. This course, however, is just a beginning. Your knowledge will build when you begin to apply these principles in classroom situations. Knowledge of the basic principles underlying cognition and instruction can provide you with an important framework for thinking about learning and instruction in classrooms and other potential learning environments.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Ormrod, Anderman, A. & Anderman, L. (2017). Educational Psychology: Developing Learners. (9th ed.). Boston: Pearson.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

Ten quizzes for each module; three multiple choice exams.

Instructor Email

truth@unm.edu

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44190 EDPY 310.007 3 Learning in the Classroom
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FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Ruth, Tenley ARR ARR Online

EDPY 310.007 Learning in the Classroom

The Golden Paw Seal.

The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

The basic principles of learning, particularly cognition, motivation and assessment, and their application to classroom situations.

Detailed Course Description

This three-credit hour course contributes to the College of Education (COE) Conceptual Framework which values the individual development of professional Understandings, Practices, and Identities. These components frame the lifelong learning of professional educators and are reflected in the COE Core Values, which is grounded in state and national standards and competencies. This course is designed to offer a broad overview of classroom practices and will increase professional understanding in how individuals function in a classroom and how to promote learning in students in all cultural backgrounds and learning needs. These understandings will allow individuals to engage in practices that focus on being “learner-centered, contextual, coherent, culturally responsive, and technologically current” (COE, 2006). Through understandings and practices individuals will develop professional identities as an educator.

Specifically, this course introduces basic principles of learning and their application to the classroom with particular emphasis on cognitive theories, motivation, and classroom management. An understanding of basic learning principles and their application to classroom situations is the foundation of the development of a professional educator. This course, however, is just a beginning. Your knowledge will build when you begin to apply these principles in classroom situations. Knowledge of the basic principles underlying cognition and instruction can provide you with an important framework for thinking about learning and instruction in classrooms and other potential learning environments.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Ormrod, Anderman, A. & Anderman, L. (2017). Educational Psychology: Developing Learners. (9th ed.). Boston: Pearson.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

Ten quizzes for each module; three multiple choice exams.

Instructor Email

truth@unm.edu

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44191 EDPY 310.008 3 Learning in the Classroom
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FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Jackson, William ARR ARR Online

EDPY 310.008 Learning in the Classroom

The Golden Paw Seal.

The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

The basic principles of learning, particularly cognition, motivation and assessment, and their application to classroom situations.

Instructor Email

wjackson@unm.edu

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44192 EDPY 310.009 3 Learning in the Classroom
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FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Baca, Christy ARR ARR Online

EDPY 310.009 Learning in the Classroom

The Golden Paw Seal.

The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

The basic principles of learning, particularly cognition, motivation and assessment, and their application to classroom situations.

Instructor Email

chbaca@unm.edu

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CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
45421 ECE 101.003 1 Introduction to Electrical and Computer Engineering FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Balakrishnan, Ganesh ARR ARR Online

ECE 101.003 Introduction to Electrical and Computer Engineering

Catalog Description

Insight into electrical engineering is gained through videos, 'hands-on' experiments, use of computer software to learn basic problem-solving skills and a team-oriented design project.

Detailed Course Description

This course may require web conferencing or on campus face to face meetings. Contact your instructor for more information

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Instructor Email

gunny@unm.edu

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44496 ECE 203.003 3 Circuit Analysis I
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FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Fleddermann, Charles ARR ARR Online

ECE 203.003 Circuit Analysis I

The Golden Paw Seal.

The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

Basic elements and sources. Energy and power. Ohm's law and Kirchhoff's laws. Resistive networks, node and loop analysis. Network theorems. Fist-order and second-order circuits. Sinusoidal sources and complex representations: impedance, phasors, complex power. Three phase circuits.

Prerequisite: ECE 131 and MATH 163. Pre- or Corequisite: MATH 316 and PHYC 161.

Detailed Course Description

This course may require web conferencing or on campus face to face meetings. Contact your instructor for more information

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Instructor Email

cbf@unm.edu

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57193 ECE 213.080 3 Circuit Analysis II FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Elshafiey, Tarief MW 1400-1515 Online

ECE 213.080 Circuit Analysis II

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: MW
Meeting Times: 1400-1515 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

General transient analysis of electrical circuits. Laplace transform with applications to circuit analysis. State-space equations. Fourier series analysis. The network function; convolution; frequency response.

Prerequisite: 203 and MATH 316.

Corequisite: MATH 314.

Detailed Course Description

This course may require web conferencing or on campus face to face meetings. Contact your instructor for more information

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Instructor Email

telshafiey@unm.edu

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57202 ECE 238L.006 3 Computer Logic Design FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Jordan, Ramiro ARR ARR Online

ECE 238L.006 Computer Logic Design

Catalog Description

Binary number systems. Boolean algebra. Combinational, sequential and register transfer logic. VHDL. Arithmetic/ logic unit. Memories, computer organization. Input-output. Microprocessors.

Prerequisite: ECE 131.

Detailed Course Description

This course may require web conferencing or on campus face to face meetings. Contact your instructor for more information

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Instructor Email

rjordan@ece.unm.edu

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63758 ECE 314.002 3 Signals and Systems FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Santhanam, Balasubramaniam TR 0800 - 0915 Online

ECE 314.002 Signals and Systems

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: TR
Meeting Times: 0800 - 0915 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

Continuous and discrete time signals and systems; time and frequency domain analysis of LTI systems, Fourier series and transforms, discrete time Fourier series/transform sampling theorem, block diagrams, modulation/demodulation, filters.

Prerequisite: 213 and MATH 264

Detailed Course Description

This course may require web conferencing or on campus face to face meetings. Contact your instructor for more information

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Instructor Email

bsanthan@ece.unm.edu

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61063 ECE 439.081 3 Introduction to Digital Signal Processing FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Jordan, Ramiro TR 1400-1515 Online

ECE 439.081 Introduction to Digital Signal Processing

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: TR
Meeting Times: 1400-1515 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

Bilateral Z transforms, region of convergence, review of sampling theorem, aliasing, the discrete Fourier transform and properties, analysis/design of FIR/IIR filters, FFT algorithms spectral analysis using FFT.

Prerequisite: 314

Detailed Course Description

This course may require web conferencing or on campus face to face meetings. Contact your instructor for more information

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Instructor Email

rjordan@ece.unm.edu

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57441 ECE 460.080 3 Introduction to Microwave Engineering FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Gilmore, Mark MW 1100-1215 Online

ECE 460.080 Introduction to Microwave Engineering

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: MW
Meeting Times: 1100-1215 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

This lecture/laboratory course provides essential fundamentals for rf, wireless and microwave engineering. Topics include: wave propagation in cables, waveguides and free space; impedance matching, standing wave ratios, Z and S parameters.

Prerequisite: 360.

Detailed Course Description

This course may require web conferencing or on campus face to face meetings. Contact your instructor for more information

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

David M. Pozar, "Microwave Engineering", Fourth edition
ISBN 978-0-470-63155-3

Instructor Email

mgilmore@unm.edu

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62442 ECE 482.002 3 Electric Drives & Transformers FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Portillo, Salvador MW 0800 - 0915 Online

ECE 482.002 Electric Drives & Transformers

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: MW
Meeting Times: 0800 - 0915 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

Electromagnetic theory and mechanical considerations are employed to develop models for and understanding of Transformers, Induction Machines and Synchronous Machines. Additionally, DC Machines are discussed.

Prerequisite: 213.

Detailed Course Description

This course may require web conferencing or on campus face to face meetings. Contact your instructor for more information

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Instructor Email

sportil@unm.edu

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60993 ECE 488.003 3 Smart Grid Technologies FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Bidram, Ali F 1615 - 1845 Online

ECE 488.003 Smart Grid Technologies

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: F
Meeting Times: 1615 - 1845 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

A detailed study of current and emerging power and energy systems and technologies. Including renewable energies, storage, Smart Grid concepts, security for power infrastructure. Software modeling of power systems and grids.

Prerequisite: 381 and 482 and 483 and 484.

Restriction: admitted to School of Engineering.

Detailed Course Description

This course presents selected topics covering the emerging technologies in electric power systems. The focus of the course is on distributed energy resources, modern control systems in power systems, and microgrid/smartgrid control and operation. The course content helps graduate students improve their knowledge and research skills in power and energy systems.

Student Learning Outcomes: Upon the successful completion of this course, students will have the ability to
• Understand the technology of distributed energy resources including PV systems, wind turbine generators, and battery energy storage systems
• Understand the principles of Voltage Sourced Converters
• Understand the modern control and communication systems utilized in power systems
• Microgrid control design and feasibility studies

Prerequisites: ECE 381 (Introduction to Electric Power Systems)

Course evaluation: The course evaluation is based on four design projects and a final exam:
• Design Project 1: 10%, Due date: 09/21/2018
• Design Project 2: 10%, Due date: 10/19/2018
• Design Project 3: 30%, Due date: 11/16/2018
• Design Project 4: 20%, Due date: 12/14/2018
• Final Exam: 30%

Textbooks and Materials

Textbooks and Materials: Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

• Voltage-Sourced Converters in Power Systems: Modeling, Control, and Applications by Amirnaser Yazdani and Reza Iravani published by John Wiley & Sons, 2010.

• Cooperative Synchronization in Distributed Microgrid Control by Ali Bidram, Vahidreza Nasirian, Ali Davoudi, Frank Lewis published by Springer, 2017.

Web Conferencing

F 1615-1845

Instructor Email

bidram@unm.edu

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60966 ECE 495.021 3 ST: Machine Learning FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Martinez-Ramon, Manuel MW 0930-1045 Online

ECE 495.021 ST: Machine Learning

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: MW
Meeting Times: 0930-1045 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

Special Topics.
Restriction: ECE major and senior standing.

Detailed Course Description

This course may require web conferencing or on campus face to face meetings. Contact your instructor for more information

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Instructor Email

manel@unm.edu

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56844 ECE 495.080 3 ST: Plasma Physics I FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Schamiloglu, Edl TR 1600-1715 Online

ECE 495.080 ST: Plasma Physics I

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: TR
Meeting Times: 1600-1715 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

Special Topics.
Restriction: ECE major and senior standing.

Detailed Course Description

In this course we will study plasma parameters, adiabatic invariants, orbit theory, plasma oscillations, hydromagnetic waves, plasma transport, stability, kinetic theory, nonlinear effects, and applications.

There will be a problem set biweekly (on average). Some problems will involve computer solutions and plotting, so you will need access to software with math and plotting functions, such as Matlab, Mathematica, etc. There will be a midterm and a final (exams will be open book/notes with calculator allowed). Your final grade will be based on:

Midterm 35%
Final 40%
Problem Sets 25%
Grade 100%

Emphasized topics are:

• Fundamental plasma concepts and criteria
• Charged particle motions
• Kinetic, two-fluid, and magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) descriptions of plasmas
• Two fluid treatment of plasmas
• Waves in plasmas (two fluid)
• Single fluid (MHD) description of plasmas
• Diffusion and resistivity
• Equilibrium and stability
• Basic nonlinear effects

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

and Course Materials Comments: F.F. Chen, Introduction to Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion, Vol. 1, 3rd Ed. (Springer, Heidelberg, Germany, 2016).

ISBN-13: 978-3319223087
ISBN-10: 3319223089

Testing

The exams will be open book, for a fixed time of the students' choosing for a 2-hour window.

Instructor Email

edls@unm.edu

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62847 ECE 517.001 3 Machine Learning FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Martinez-Ramon, Manuel ARR ARR Online

ECE 517.001 Machine Learning

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Catalog Description

Decision functions and dichotomization; prototype classification and clustering; statistical classification and Bayes theory; trainable deterministic and statistical classifiers. Feature transformations and selection.

Detailed Course Description

This course may require web conferencing or on campus face to face meetings. Contact your instructor for more information

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Instructor Email

manel@unm.edu

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60965 ECE 517.003 3 Machine Learning FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Martinez-Ramon, Manuel MW 0930-1045 Online

ECE 517.003 Machine Learning

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: MW
Meeting Times: 0930-1045 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

Decision functions and dichotomization; prototype classification and clustering; statistical classification and Bayes theory; trainable deterministic and statistical classifiers. Feature transformations and selection.

Detailed Course Description

This course may require web conferencing or on campus face to face meetings. Contact your instructor for more information

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Instructor Email

manel@unm.edu

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62848 ECE 517.004 3 Machine Learning FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Martinez-Ramon, Manuel ARR ARR Online

ECE 517.004 Machine Learning

Catalog Description

Decision functions and dichotomization; prototype classification and clustering; statistical classification and Bayes theory; trainable deterministic and statistical classifiers. Feature transformations and selection.

Detailed Course Description

This course may require web conferencing or on campus face to face meetings. Contact your instructor for more information

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Instructor Email

manel@unm.edu

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62841 ECE 522.001 3 Hardware Software Codesign with FPGAs FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Plusquellic, James ARR ARR Online

ECE 522.001 Hardware Software Codesign with FPGAs

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Catalog Description

This course provides an introduction to the design of electronic systems that incorporate both hardware and software components.

Prerequisite: *443.

Detailed Course Description

This course provides an introduction to the design of electronic systems that incorporate both hardware and software components. Techniques for modeling hardware and software components at different levels of abstraction and at their interfaces are investigated. Students will work with an FPGA board to investigate codesign concepts through a series of laboratories, culminating in a group project. Lecture material is provided through pdfs. Screencasts are provided on all aspects of the course, including the lecture material and laboratories. Quizzes are given after each 5-10 minute screencast to test the student's knowledge on important concepts. A mid-term exam and final project constitute other major components of this course.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Orientation

Please consult the 'Start Here' link in UNM learn and carry out the 'Orientation Activities'.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings.

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing.

Testing

One midterm exam. Sample exam questions will be provided.

Instructor Email

jplusq@unm.edu

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62842 ECE 522.002 3 Hardware Software Codesign with FPGAs FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Pendergast, James ARR ARR Online

ECE 522.002 Hardware Software Codesign with FPGAs

Catalog Description

This course provides an introduction to the design of electronic systems that incorporate both hardware and software components.

Prerequisite: *443.

Detailed Course Description

This course provides an introduction to the design of electronic systems that incorporate both hardware and software components. Techniques for modeling hardware and software components at different levels of abstraction and at their interfaces are investigated. Students will work with an FPGA board to investigate codesign concepts through a series of laboratories, culminating in a group project. Lecture material is provided through pdfs. Screencasts are provided on all aspects of the course, including the lecture material and laboratories. Quizzes are given after each 5-10 minute screencast to test the student's knowledge on important concepts. A mid-term exam and final project constitute other major components of this course.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Orientation

Please consult the 'Start Here' link in UNM learn and carry out the 'Orientation Activities'.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings.

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing.

Testing

One midterm exam. Sample exam questions will be provided.

Instructor Email


pend@unm.edu

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56845 ECE 534.080 3 Plasma Physics I FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Schamiloglu, Edl TR 1600-1715 Online

ECE 534.080 Plasma Physics I

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: TR
Meeting Times: 1600-1715 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

(Also offered as PHYC 534)

Plasma parameters, adiabatic invariants, orbit theory, plasma oscillations, hydromagnetic waves, plasma transport, stability, kinetic theory, nonlinear effects, applications.

Detailed Course Description

In this course we will study plasma parameters, adiabatic invariants, orbit theory, plasma oscillations, hydromagnetic waves, plasma transport, stability, kinetic theory, nonlinear effects, and applications.

There will be a problem set biweekly (on average). Some problems will involve computer solutions and plotting, so you will need access to software with math and plotting functions, such as Matlab, Mathematica, etc. There will be a midterm and a final (exams will be open book/notes with calculator allowed). Your final grade will be based on:

Midterm 35%
Final 40%
Problem Sets 25%
Grade 100%

Emphasized topics are:

• Fundamental plasma concepts and criteria
• Charged particle motions
• Kinetic, two-fluid, and magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) descriptions of plasmas
• Two fluid treatment of plasmas
• Waves in plasmas (two fluid)
• Single fluid (MHD) description of plasmas
• Diffusion and resistivity
• Equilibrium and stability
• Basic nonlinear effects

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

and Course Materials Comments: F.F. Chen, Introduction to Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion, Vol. 1, 3rd Ed. (Springer, Heidelberg, Germany, 2016).

ISBN-13: 978-3319223087
ISBN-10: 3319223089

Testing

The exams will be open book, for a fixed time of the students' choosing for a 2-hour window.

Instructor Email

edls@unm.edu

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60878 ECE 537.003 3 Foundations of Computing FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Yang, Yin TR 0800 - 0915 Online

ECE 537.003 Foundations of Computing

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: TR
Meeting Times: 0800 - 0915 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

Computational aspects of engineering problems. Topics include machine models and computability, classification and performance analysis of algorithms, advanced data structures, approximation algorithms, introduction to complexity theory and complexity classes.

Detailed Course Description

This course may require web conferencing or on campus face to face meetings. Contact your instructor for more information

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Instructor Email

yangy@unm.edu

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60968 ECE 537.004 3 Foundations of Computing FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Yang, Yin ARR ARR Online

ECE 537.004 Foundations of Computing

Catalog Description

Computational aspects of engineering problems. Topics include machine models and computability, classification and performance analysis of algorithms, advanced data structures, approximation algorithms, introduction to complexity theory and complexity classes.

Detailed Course Description

This course may require web conferencing or on campus face to face meetings. Contact your instructor for more information

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Instructor Email

yangy@unm.edu

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62843 ECE 540.004 3 Advanced Networking FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Devetsikiotis, Mihail ARR ARR Online

ECE 540.004 Advanced Networking

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Catalog Description

Research, design and implementation of high-performance computer networks and distributed systems. High speed networking technologies, multimedia networks, enterprise network security and management, client/server database applications, mobile communications and state-of-the-art internet working solutions.

Instructor Email

mdevets@unm.edu

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62844 ECE 540.005 3 Advanced Networking FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Devetsikiotis, Mihail ARR ARR Online

ECE 540.005 Advanced Networking

Catalog Description

Research, design and implementation of high-performance computer networks and distributed systems. High speed networking technologies, multimedia networks, enterprise network security and management, client/server database applications, mobile communications and state-of-the-art internet working solutions.

Instructor Email

mdevets@unm.edu

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41195 ECE 555.002 3 Foundations of Engineering Electromagnetics FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Peng, Zhen TR 930-1045 Online

ECE 555.002 Foundations of Engineering Electromagnetics

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: TR
Meeting Times: 930-1045 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

Mathematical foundations for engineering electromagnetics: linear analysis and method of moments, complex analysis and Kramers-Kronig relations, Green's functions, spectral representation method and electromagnetic sources.

Instructor Email

pengz@unm.edu

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57442 ECE 560.080 3 Introduction to Microwave Engineering FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Gilmore, Mark MW 1100-1215 Online

ECE 560.080 Introduction to Microwave Engineering

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: MW
Meeting Times: 1100-1215 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

This lecture/laboratory course provides essential fundamentals for rf, wireless and microwave engineering. Topics include: wave propagation in cables, waveguides and free space; impedance matching, standing wave ratios, Z- and S- parameters.

Detailed Course Description

This course may require web conferencing or on campus face to face meetings. Contact your instructor for more information

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

David M. Pozar, "Microwave Engineering", Fourth edition
ISBN 978-0-470-63155-3

Instructor Email

mgilmore@unm.edu

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62443 ECE 582.002 3 Electric Drives & Transformers FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Portillo, Salvador MW 0800-0915 Online

ECE 582.002 Electric Drives & Transformers

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: MW
Meeting Times: 0800-0915 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

Electromagnetic theory and mechanical considerations are employed to develop models for and understanding of Transformers, Induction Machines and Synchronous Machines. Additionally, DC Machines are discussed.

Prerequisite: 213.

Instructor Email

sportil@unm.edu

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60995 ECE 588.003 3 Smart Grid Technologies FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Bidram, Ali F 1615 - 1845 Online

ECE 588.003 Smart Grid Technologies

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: F
Meeting Times: 1615 - 1845 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

A detailed study of current and emerging power and energy systems and technologies. Including renewable energies, storage, Smart Grid concepts, security for power infrastructure. Software modeling of power systems and grids.

Prerequisite: 381 and 482 and 483 and 484.

Restriction: admitted to School of Engineering.

Detailed Course Description

This course presents selected topics covering the emerging technologies in electric power systems. The focus of the course is on distributed energy resources, modern control systems in power systems, and microgrid/smartgrid control and operation. The course content helps graduate students improve their knowledge and research skills in power and energy systems.

Student Learning Outcomes: Upon the successful completion of this course, students will have the ability to
• Understand the technology of distributed energy resources including PV systems, wind turbine generators, and battery energy storage systems
• Understand the principles of Voltage Sourced Converters
• Understand the modern control and communication systems utilized in power systems
• Microgrid control design and feasibility studies

Prerequisites: ECE 381 (Introduction to Electric Power Systems)

Course evaluation: The course evaluation is based on four design projects and a final exam:

• Design Project 1: 10%, Due date: 09/21/2018
• Design Project 2: 10%, Due date: 10/19/2018
• Design Project 3: 30%, Due date: 11/16/2018
• Design Project 4: 20%, Due date: 12/14/2018
• Final Exam: 30%

Textbooks and Materials

Textbooks and Materials: Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

• Voltage-Sourced Converters in Power Systems: Modeling, Control, and Applications by Amirnaser Yazdani and Reza Iravani published by John Wiley & Sons, 2010.

• Cooperative Synchronization in Distributed Microgrid Control by Ali Bidram, Vahidreza Nasirian, Ali Davoudi, Frank Lewis published by Springer, 2017.

Web Conferencing

F 1615-1845

Instructor Email

bidram@unm.edu

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60961 ECE 590.003 1 Graduate Seminar FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Jain, Ravinder F 1500-1550 Online

ECE 590.003 Graduate Seminar

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: F
Meeting Times: 1500-1550 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

Graduate Seminar; Offered on a CR/NC basis only.

Detailed Course Description

This course may require web conferencing or on campus face to face meetings. Contact your instructor for more information

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Instructor Email

jain@chtm.unm.edu

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63880 ECE 594.004 3 Complex Systems Theory FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Hussein Slim, Ahmad ARR ARR Online

ECE 594.004 Complex Systems Theory

Catalog Description

Advanced topics in complex systems including but not limited to biological systems social and technological networks, and complex dynamics.

Prerequisite: graduate standing.

Detailed Course Description

This course may require web conferencing or on campus face to face meetings. Contact your instructor for more information

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Instructor Email

ahslim@unm.edu

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60335 ECE 595.003 3 ST: Cybersec & Nat'l Security FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Lamb, Christopher OCT 11th and 12th 0800 - 1700 Online

ECE 595.003 ST: Cybersec & Nat'l Security

Catalog Description

Special topics

Detailed Course Description

Want to know how nations are using cybersecurity to get an advantage? We read about and discuss exactly how this has happened, is happening, and likely will happen in the future.

Textbooks and Materials

Your instructor will supply all the required reading material.

Orientation

This course does not have an orientation.

Face to Face Meetings

At the end of the term you will spend roughly two days delivering and listening to student presentations. You can count on spending the final Thursday and Friday in or delivering various talks.

Web Conferencing

Your instructor will host web conferences with interested students on an ad-hoc basis. Attendance is not required.

Testing

This course does not have exams.

Instructor Email

cclamb@unm.edu

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60336 ECE 595.004 3 ST: Directed Energy FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Schamiloglu, Edl OCT 12th, 13th, 14th ARR Online

ECE 595.004 ST: Directed Energy

Catalog Description

Special topics

Detailed Course Description

Directed energy lasers and microwaves are a technology that offers the ability to deliver energy to a target at the speed-of-light with a very deep magazine. Advances in pulsed power technology, batteries, capacitors, and electronics have all contributed towards making directed energy a reality.

As directed energy technology transitions from the laboratory to the field, there will be an increasing number of personnel who will be active in the acquisitions process yet have little knowledge about directed energy or related policy issues. This course aims to fill that gap by providing an introduction to directed energy technology for the novice. The target audience includes personnel in acquisitions, those who serve in the military, policymakers, and anyone else interested in learning about the subject.

There will be weekly on-line discussions, a final project presentation, and a final project paper.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

P.E. Nielsen, Effects of Directed Energy Weapons (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, an Amazon Company, Seattle, WA, 2012) available at the UNM Bookstore or from Amazon.com (https://www.amazon.com/Effects-Directed-Energy-Weapons-Nielsen/dp/1478268573/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1484425668&sr=1-1&keywords=effects+of+directed+energy+weapons).

Additional readings will be provided in the on-line folders.

Orientation

This course does not have an orientation

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

This is an on-line 8-week course from August 20, 2018 - October 13, 2018. There will be a 1.5 day workshop on October 12 and 13 that will take place in 210 ECE Building, UNM Main Campus. Students unable to attend in person will be able to participate via Zoom webconferencing.

Web Conferencing

This is an on-line 8-week course from August 20, 2018 - October 13, 2018. There will be a 1.5 day workshop on October 12 and 13 that will take place in 210 ECE Building, UNM Main Campus. Students unable to attend in person will be able to participate via Zoom webconferencing.

Instructor Email

edls@unm.edu

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62832 ECE 595.014 3 ST: Satellite Communication FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Elshafiey, Tarief MW 0930 - 1045 Online

ECE 595.014 ST: Satellite Communication

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: MW
Meeting Times: 0930 - 1045 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

Special topics

Instructor Email

telshafiey@unm.edu

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63267 ECE 595.016 3 ST: Intro to Internet of Things FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Lamb, Christopher ARR ARR Online

ECE 595.016 ST: Intro to Internet of Things

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Catalog Description

Special topics

Detailed Course Description

Interested in the Internet of Things? in this course, we cover exactly how IoT systems are built and deployed, end-to-end. We cover IoT client design, security, privacy, cloud computing, and IoT service development in the scope of a term-long IoT project building an actual IoT product.

Textbooks and Materials

Course material is supplied.

Orientation

This course does not have an orientation.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings.

Web Conferencing

Depending on student demand, your instructor may hold non-required web conferences.

Testing

This course is project based, but you do have quizzes you can take online.

Instructor Email

cclamb@unm.edu

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63268 ECE 595.017 3 ST: Intro to Internet of Things FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Lamb, Christopher ARR ARR Online

ECE 595.017 ST: Intro to Internet of Things

Catalog Description

Special topics

Detailed Course Description

Interested in the Internet of Things? in this course, we cover exactly how IoT systems are built and deployed, end-to-end. We cover IoT client design, security, privacy, cloud computing, and IoT service development in the scope of a term-long IoT project building an actual IoT product.

Textbooks and Materials

Course material is supplied.

Orientation

This course does not have an orientation.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings.

Web Conferencing

Depending on student demand, your instructor may hold non-required web conferences.

Testing

This course is project based, but you do have quizzes you can take online.

Instructor Email

cclamb@unm.edu

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Emergency Medical Services
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
54019 EMS 120.001 3 Introduction to EMS Systems FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Wolf, Matthew ARR ARR Online

EMS 120.001 Introduction to EMS Systems

Catalog Description

Covers the history of emergency medical services and the development of EMS systems and current trends and issues in EMS. Ideal for students considering a career in EMS.

Instructor Email

wolfm@unm.edu

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56920 EMS 120.002 3 Introduction to EMS Systems FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Wolf, Matthew ARR ARR Online

EMS 120.002 Introduction to EMS Systems

Catalog Description

Covers the history of emergency medical services and the development of EMS systems and current trends and issues in EMS. Ideal for students considering a career in EMS.

Instructor Email

wolfm@unm.edu

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46792 EMS 309.002 3 Prehospital Medicine and Operations FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Eakes, Lindsay ARR ARR Online

EMS 309.002 Prehospital Medicine and Operations

Catalog Description

This course will introduce the paramedic student to EMS systems, requirements and methods of communications with patients, various rules and regulations unique to the paramedic, and investigate the components of maintaining wellness as a paramedic.

Corequisite: 310 and 311 and 312 and 341 and 351. Restriction: program permission.

Detailed Course Description

This course provides a brief review of human anatomy and physiology and pathophysiology. Additionally we'll cover paramedic roles and responsibilities, and address the components of maintaining wellness as a paramedic in the prehospital environment. This course will also introduce the paramedic student to EMS systems, operations, incident command, requirements and methods of communications,and legal/regulatory issues and expectations.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Your main paramedic program textbooks will be used in the course. Please see your acceptance packet for exact details.

Orientation

There is a mandatory orientation for the paramedic program for which this course is included in.

Testing

Exams will be given online, but will be proctored in the paramedic classroom on specified days.

Instructor Email

LiReilly@salud.unm.edu

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61851 EMS 411.001 3 EMS Systems Management and Public Policy FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Krumperman, Kurt ARR ARR Online

EMS 411.001 EMS Systems Management and Public Policy

Instructor Email

KKrumperman@salud.unm.edu

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61852 EMS 443.001 3 Educational Technology and Medical Simulation FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Gadomski, Douglas ARR ARR Online

EMS 443.001 Educational Technology and Medical Simulation

Instructor Email

DAGadomski@salud.unm.edu

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54017 EMS 455.001 3 Disaster and Emergency Management FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Spence, Kyah ARR ARR Online

EMS 455.001 Disaster and Emergency Management

Catalog Description

Introduces students to the dynamic world of disaster, and emergency management. Through the review of the history, social, political, and economic implications of disasters, students explore the world of emergency management.

Prerequisite: (ENGL 110 or ENGL 112 or ENGL 113) and ENGL 120.

Instructor Email

kspence@salud.unm.edu

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59913 EMS 469.001 3 Epidemiology and Statistics FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Albright, Danielle ARR ARR Online

EMS 469.001 Epidemiology and Statistics

Catalog Description

To introduce and review basic tools of biostatistics, epidemiology, and research design; to teach students to critically evaluate relationships that seem to be cause-effect.

Prerequisite: STAT 145.

Detailed Course Description

Course Goal: To provide students with basic knowledge of scientific research techniques in order to build a foundation for evidence-based paramedic practice

Course Objectives/Student Learning Outcomes:
•Review scientific method and approaches for determining association and causality in scientific studies
•Survey primary research strategies applied in EMS studies, including but not limited to epidemiology, social science, and clinical research designs
•Apply research design and analysis knowledge to critical reading and assessment of research questions, design, execution, and conclusions to assess quality and applicability of research findings

Teaching-Learning Methods
Teaching-learning methods in this course may include, but are not limited to, assigned readings, recorded lectures or presentations, online content from stakeholder institutions, exercises, writing, peer review, and online discussion. Evaluation procedures include quizzes, written examinations, homework, and a class project as described in the syllabus.

The course is designed into weekly modules with identified deadlines for completion.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Hulley, Stephen et al. (2005). Designing Clinical Research (4th edition). Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. ISBN: 978-1608318049

Additional required readings will be provided, referenced, or linked in in Learn.

Course assignments may also require students to locate, share, and read additional materials.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

In addition to regular homework assignments, quizzes and one exam will be given. Quizzes cover course material cumulatively. Quizzes may be comprised of true/false, multiple choice, and short answer questions. A fourth quarter exam will cover all material up to the exam date. The exam may be comprised of true/false, multiple choice, short answer, and essay questions.Proctoring is not required for quizzes or the exam.

Instructor Email

DAlbright@salud.unm.edu

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English
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
50246 ENGL 110.021 3 Accelerated Composition FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Reynolds, Rachael ARR ARR Online

ENGL 110.021 Accelerated Composition

Catalog Description

Covers Composition I and II in one semester, focusing on analyzing rhetorical situations and responding with appropriate genres and technologies. Credit not allowed for both ENGL 110 and ENGL 112 or for both ENGL 110 and 113. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area I: Communications

Detailed Course Description

This course may require web conferencing or on campus face to face meetings. Contact your instructor for more information

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Instructor Email

reynoldsr@unm.edu

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64027 ENGL 120.013 3 Composition III FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Robb, Richard Gunther ARR ARR Online

ENGL 120.013 Composition III

Catalog Description

Focuses on academic writing, research, and argumentation using appropriate genres and technologies. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area I: Communications (NMCCN 1123). (EPW)
Prerequisite: 110 or 112 or 113 or SAT Verbal => 29 or SAT Verbal => 610.

Instructor Email

fish123@unm.edu

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50516 ENGL 120.021 3 Composition III FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Binder, Leandra ARR ARR Online

ENGL 120.021 Composition III

Catalog Description

Focuses on academic writing, research, and argumentation using appropriate genres and technologies. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area I: Communications (NMCCN 1123). (EPW)
Prerequisite: 110 or 112 or 113 or SAT Verbal => 29 or SAT Verbal => 610.

Detailed Course Description

In this section of English 120 Online, you will be asked to complete three major writing assignments. In order to help you produce your best work in this course, expect to participate in weekly online discussions that support understanding of course concepts, complete peer reviews for every project and complete about 10 - 25 pages of reading per week.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Orientation

This course does not have an orientation

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Instructor Email

lbinder@unm.edu

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50519 ENGL 120.023 3 Composition III FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Francis, Shannon ARR ARR Online

ENGL 120.023 Composition III

Catalog Description

Focuses on academic writing, research, and argumentation using appropriate genres and technologies. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area I: Communications (NMCCN 1123). (EPW)
Prerequisite: 110 or 112 or 113 or SAT Verbal => 29 or SAT Verbal => 610.

Instructor Email

sifrancis93@unm.edu

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52829 ENGL 120.024 3 Composition III FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Garcia, Melisa ARR ARR Online

ENGL 120.024 Composition III

Catalog Description

Focuses on academic writing, research, and argumentation using appropriate genres and technologies. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area I: Communications (NMCCN 1123). (EPW)
Prerequisite: 110 or 112 or 113 or SAT Verbal => 29 or SAT Verbal => 610.

Instructor Email

mgarcia28@unm.edu

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15215 ENGL 219.021 3 Technical and Professional Writing FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Robb, Richard Gunther ARR ARR Online

ENGL 219.021 Technical and Professional Writing

Catalog Description

Practice in writing and editing of workplace documents, including correspondence, reports and proposals. (EPW)

Prerequisite: 110 or 112 or 113 with a B or better, or 120 with C or better, or ACT=>26 or SAT=>610.

Detailed Course Description

This fully online course will give you an introduction to the major concepts of Technical and Professional Communication (TPC), something that you will likely use, regardless of your major. It is also designed to get you thinking and planning for your future career: what do you want to do when you graduate and how do you prepare? This course will encourage you to solve problems through analysis and research and to learn what may be new applications on your desktop or the internet.

In addition to learning the key characteristics, or hallmarks, of TCP, you’ll explore several different genres such as Career Materials, Instructions and Documentation, and Proposals and Recommendation Reports. As well, you’ll be looking at multi-modality and multi-media and their roles in modern professional communications. To that end, all major projects in the course will be created and submitted in a multi-modal form and uploaded to a web-based portfolio that you will add to throughout the semester. The final course project, an online portfolio, is something you can use to demonstrate your skills and abilities to a prospective employer.

Textbooks and Materials

Textbooks are digital and will be accessed through the course Blackboard/Learn page. By enrolling in the course, you will automatically purchase access.

If you wish, once the course begins, you may purchase a hard-copy of the textbook (Technical Communication Today, 6th ed. by Richard Johnson-Sheehan.) Note that this book is NOT available through the UNM bookstore.

Orientation

This course does not have an orientation.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings.

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing.

Testing

This course has short quizzes throughout the semester. The "final exam" for the course takes the form of an online portfolio.

Instructor Email

fish123@unm.edu

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15216 ENGL 219.022 3 Technical and Professional Writing FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Xu, Ying ARR ARR Online

ENGL 219.022 Technical and Professional Writing

Catalog Description

Practice in writing and editing of workplace documents, including correspondence, reports and proposals. (EPW)

Prerequisite: 110 or 112 or 113 with a B or better, or 120 with C or better, or ACT=>26 or SAT=>610.

Detailed Course Description

English 219 focuses on how to write and design the kinds of documents that are typically used in the professional workplace. The assignments for this class require students to create documents that are based on the needs of their readers. To create these documents, students will consider the type of research to conduct as well as the appropriate structure, writing style, and page layout to use. Assignments include creating professional letters, memos, instructions, proposals, and analytical reports. English 219 assignments focus on the following:

• composing documents for workplace situations that relate to
students’ professional interests, with an emphasis on elements of
design
• ethical considerations related to communication in the workplace
• writing for multi-­?cultural and international audiences
• working with a team of writers
• using technology

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Johnson-Sheehan, Richard. Technical Communication Today. 6th ed. Pearson.

Orientation

This course does not have an orientation

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

This course does not have exams

Instructor Email

yingxu@unm.edu

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34670 ENGL 219.023 3 Technical and Professional Writing FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Phillips, JoAnna ARR ARR Online

ENGL 219.023 Technical and Professional Writing

Catalog Description

Practice in writing and editing of workplace documents, including correspondence, reports and proposals. (EPW)

Prerequisite: 110 or 112 or 113 with a B or better, or 120 with C or better, or ACT=>26 or SAT=>610.

Instructor Email

jmphi@unm.edu

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34673 ENGL 219.024 3 Technical and Professional Writing FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Martinez, Erick ARR ARR Online

ENGL 219.024 Technical and Professional Writing

Catalog Description

Practice in writing and editing of workplace documents, including correspondence, reports and proposals. (EPW)

Prerequisite: 110 or 112 or 113 with a B or better, or 120 with C or better, or ACT=>26 or SAT=>610.

Instructor Email

emartinez5@unm.edu

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37710 ENGL 219.025 3 Technical and Professional Writing FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Xu, Ying ARR ARR Online

ENGL 219.025 Technical and Professional Writing

Catalog Description

Practice in writing and editing of workplace documents, including correspondence, reports and proposals. (EPW)

Prerequisite: 110 or 112 or 113 with a B or better, or 120 with C or better, or ACT=>26 or SAT=>610.

Detailed Course Description

English 219 focuses on how to write and design the kinds of documents that are typically used in the professional workplace. The assignments for this class require students to create documents that are based on the needs of their readers. To create these documents, students will consider the type of research to conduct as well as the appropriate structure, writing style, and page layout to use. Assignments include creating professional letters, memos, instructions, proposals, and analytical reports. English 219 assignments focus on the following:

• composing documents for workplace situations that relate to
students’ professional interests, with an emphasis on elements of
design
• ethical considerations related to communication in the workplace
• writing for multi-­?cultural and international audiences
• working with a team of writers
• using technology

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Johnson-Sheehan, Richard. Technical Communication Today. 6th ed. Pearson.

Orientation

This course does not have an orientation

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

This course does not have exams

Instructor Email

yingxu@unm.edu

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15224 ENGL 219.026 3 Technical and Professional Writing FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Hubka, Catherine ARR ARR Online

ENGL 219.026 Technical and Professional Writing

Catalog Description

Practice in writing and editing of workplace documents, including correspondence, reports and proposals. (EPW)

Prerequisite: 110 or 112 or 113 with a B or better, or 120 with C or better, or ACT=>26 or SAT=>610.

Detailed Course Description

This course may require web conferencing or on campus face to face meetings. Contact your instructor for more information

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Instructor Email

chubka@unm.edu

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55807 ENGL 219.027 3 Technical and Professional Writing FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Robb, Richard Gunther ARR ARR Online

ENGL 219.027 Technical and Professional Writing

Catalog Description

Practice in writing and editing of workplace documents, including correspondence, reports and proposals. (EPW)

Prerequisite: 110 or 112 or 113 with a B or better, or 120 with C or better, or ACT=>26 or SAT=>610.

Detailed Course Description

This fully online course will give you an introduction to the major concepts of Technical and Professional Communication (TPC), something that you will likely use, regardless of your major. It is also designed to get you thinking and planning for your future career: what do you want to do when you graduate and how do you prepare? This course will encourage you to solve problems through analysis and research and to learn what may be new applications on your desktop or the internet.

In addition to learning the key characteristics, or hallmarks, of TCP, you’ll explore several different genres such as Career Materials, Instructions and Documentation, and Proposals and Recommendation Reports. As well, you’ll be looking at multi-modality and multi-media and their roles in modern professional communications. To that end, all major projects in the course will be created and submitted in a multi-modal form and uploaded to a web-based portfolio that you will add to throughout the semester. The final course project, an online portfolio, is something you can use to demonstrate your skills and abilities to a prospective employer.

Textbooks and Materials

Textbooks are digital and will be accessed through the course Blackboard/Learn page. By enrolling in the course, you will automatically purchase access.

If you wish, once the course begins, you may purchase a hard-copy of the textbook (Technical Communication Today, 6th ed. by Richard Johnson-Sheehan.) Note that this book is NOT available through the UNM bookstore.

Orientation

This course does not have an orientation.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings.

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing.

Testing

This course has short quizzes throughout the semester. The "final exam" for the course takes the form of an online portfolio.

Instructor Email

fish123@unm.edu

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52335 ENGL 219.029 3 Technical and Professional Writing FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Engberg, Julianne Newmark ARR ARR Online

ENGL 219.029 Technical and Professional Writing

Catalog Description

Practice in writing and editing of workplace documents, including correspondence, reports and proposals. (EPW)

Prerequisite: 110 or 112 or 113 with a B or better, or 120 with C or better, or ACT=>26 or SAT=>610.

Detailed Course Description

This course may require web conferencing or on campus face to face meetings. Contact your instructor for more information

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Instructor Email

newmark@unm.edu

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63617 ENGL 219.030 3 Technical and Professional Writing FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Reynolds, Rachael ARR ARR Online

ENGL 219.030 Technical and Professional Writing

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Catalog Description

Practice in writing and editing of workplace documents, including correspondence, reports and proposals. (EPW)

Prerequisite: 110 or 112 or 113 with a B or better, or 120 with C or better, or ACT=>26 or SAT=>610.

Instructor Email

reynoldsr@unm.edu

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63618 ENGL 219.031 3 Technical and Professional Writing FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Reynolds, Rachael ARR ARR Online

ENGL 219.031 Technical and Professional Writing

Catalog Description

Practice in writing and editing of workplace documents, including correspondence, reports and proposals. (EPW)

Prerequisite: 110 or 112 or 113 with a B or better, or 120 with C or better, or ACT=>26 or SAT=>610.

Detailed Course Description

English 219 focuses on how to write and design the kinds of documents that are typically used in the professional workplace. The assignments for this class require students to create documents that are based on the needs of their readers. To create these documents, students will consider the type of research to conduct as well as the appropriate structure, writing style, and page layout to use. Assignments include creating professional letters, memos, instructions, proposals, and analytical reports. English 219 assignments focus on the following:
• composing documents for workplace situations that relate to students’ professional interests, with an emphasis on elements of design
• ethical considerations related to communication in the workplace
• writing for multi-cultural and international audiences
• working with a team of writers
• using technology
English 219 focuses on analyzing rhetorical situations and responding with appropriate genres and technologies; you will be writing for workplace situations, using both text and visual design to convey your messages.

Textbooks and Materials

Ebook available through Redshelf in Blackboard
Technical Communication Today, 6th edition by Richard Johnson-Sheehan and Charles Paine

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

Web Conferencing is available by appointment.

Instructor Email

reynoldsr@unm.edu

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30366 ENGL 220.021 3 Expository Writing FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Mincks, Emma ARR ARR Online

ENGL 220.021 Expository Writing

Catalog Description

An intermediate course with emphasis on rhetorical types, structure and style.

Prerequisite: 110 with a B or better, or English 120 with C or better, or ACT=>26 or SAT=>610, or successful Writing
Proficiency Portfolio.

Instructor Email

emincks@unm.edu

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56790 ENGL 224.007 3 Introduction to Creative Writing FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Peterson, Hayley ARR ARR Online

ENGL 224.007 Introduction to Creative Writing

Catalog Description

A beginning course in the writing of fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction. Emphasis on process over product. Introduces issues of craft, workshop vocabulary, strategies for revision, and the habit of reading as a writer. Prerequisite: 101

Detailed Course Description

In this class we will write about ourselves and our world in fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. We’ll read contemporary stories, essays, and poems that will push and challenge us. Through our intensive reading and writing projects we’ll explore craft elements such as imagery, language, voice, setting, character, and more. Through intensive reading as well as in- and out-of-class writing we will examine a number of craft elements important across all three genres in an attempt to implement them in our own works to make our writing more vivid, exciting, and effective. These elements will include image, language, character, voice, setting, story and revision.

Throughout this course you will be expected to read fiction, nonfiction, and poetry closely, and analyze the craft features employed. In this course we are interested in how the craft elements listed above come together to make a piece work. We are less interested in what pieces “mean” or whether or not we “like” them. I will ask you to utilize craft features that you may not normally focus on in your work, in order to develop skills, and keep you from becoming limited to a certain type of writing in the future.

You will be expected to write frequently in each of these genres throughout the course. As a writer you must practice your writing as any athlete would practice their sport. We’ll be reading about process throughout the semester, so you will be expected to develop your own particular writing process and be able to articulate it at the end of the semester. You will also be asked to look at your own writing critically, and be asked to provide feedback on other’s creative original work in the classroom (but not a workshop style critique.)

This is an intro course, which means everyone is at a different level. No matter what your skill level, you have something to share, and something to learn—myself included.

Textbooks and Materials

The Making of a Story by Alice LaPlante

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

This course does not have exams

Instructor Email

hpeterson@unm.edu

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59486 ENGL 290.001 3 Introduction to Professional Writing FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Engberg, Julianne Newmark ARR ARR Online

ENGL 290.001 Introduction to Professional Writing

Catalog Description

Introductory course in the professional writing concentration. Study of technical writing, public information and public relations writing and freelance nonfiction writing.
Prerequisite: 102.

Detailed Course Description

This is an online Intro to Professional Writing course. This class will introduce you to methods of effectively communicating technical, professional, and business information to multiple audiences, in multiple modes. You will develop an understanding of theories of technical communication and will practice technical communication in many forms. With an eye constantly focused on audience needs and expectations, we will plan, organize, draft, revise, and edit documents and multimedia texts. We will learn that the content and appearance of each written document must be appropriate to the intended audience. This course introduces strategies of expository writing style, persuasive communication, and multimodal document design. You will also learn about ethical considerations in the workplace that impact technical and business communicators and the public. Assignments in this course will represent the most common genres of workplace writing, including resumes, informational graphics and data visualization, usability studies, memoranda, business letters, technical reports, white papers, and instructions. In addition, this class will serve as an introduction to the field of professional communication, and will educate you about the history of Technical and Professional Communication (TPC), about career options in TPC and related fields, and about workplace issues in these fields (including analysis of audience, significance of user-centered design and usability, expectations for collaborative work, and the standards of web writing). All projects in this course are designed to help you create some initial materials for a portfolio you can use when looking for an internship or employment in the field. Key components of this online course are group collaboration and the viewing of a series of videos created specifically for this course by working professionals in the field.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Orientation

This course does not have an orientation

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

Students will use a variety of tools for meeting online with groupmates and with me, Dr. Newmark

Testing

This course does not have exams

Instructor Email

newmark@unm.edu

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62409 ENGL 295.001 3 Survey of Later English Literature
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FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Houston, Gail ARR ARR Online

ENGL 295.001 Survey of Later English Literature

The Golden Paw Seal.

The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

From 1798 to present. Study of principal literary and intellectual movements and selected writers and literary works.

Detailed Course Description

This is a survey of British/Irish literature from the Romantics (1785-1832), to the Victorians (1832-1901), and through Modern and Postmodern/Postcolonial time periods. Searing topics engaged these writers, including slavery, women's rights, class divisions, industrialization, the crisis of faith, colonization, sex, and drugs and rock and roll!

This course covers sample literary texts from 5 periods so that you can get a taste of the issues, styles, and writers of each: Romanticism, Victorianism, Modernism, Post-Modernism, Postcolonialism. You will also have background essays from the Norton Anthology of English Literarure (3 vols; NAEL) as well as my own written and video lectures covering topics and particular literary texts to help you navigate the rich meanings and styles of the texts and how they are interacting with major topics of the day. There is also a list of websites you may use for further interest as well as for use in your paper.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

This course does not have exams

Instructor Email

ghouston@unm.edu

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57603 ENGL 304.002 3 The Bible as Literature
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FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Van Andel, Kelly ARR ARR Online

ENGL 304.002 The Bible as Literature

The Golden Paw Seal.

The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

Literary aspects of the Old and New Testaments. Examines the literary forms within the Bible: epic, parable, pastoral, allegory, proverb and so on. Stresses the importance of the Bible as a source for English and American literature.

Detailed Course Description

This course studies biblical texts within their historical and literary contexts, and it examines how the authors of the Bible utilize literary forms and tools such as the parable, proverb, allegory, and so on to convey particular messages. It additionally stresses the importance of the Bible as a source of English and American literature. Units of study include Narrative, Poetry, theGospels, the Letter, Apocalyptic Literature, and the Hebrew Bible and Christian New Testament in English and American Literature. There are weekly quizzes and discussions, two exams, and one short presentation.

Further Clarification About What the Course Is and Is Not

Often students except this course to be much a like a Christian Bible study that affirms their faith and studies the Bible as a sacred text that is historically and literally true in every detail, including the creation of the world, the flood, and exodus. While the course examines the worldviews present in the Bible, it does so from a secular, academic, and literary perspective. Hence, it studies how the biblical story of the creation, the flood, and the exodus function as myths and legends that convey important timeless truths for the Hebrew and later Jewish people, but it does not validate such stories as being historically or literally true. It additionally examines how different texts that comprise the Bible were written in particular historical contexts by different authors and not God himself. Further note that Bart Ehrman, the author of the course’s textbook and one of the most prominent Biblical scholars of our time, is not a Christian. He once was conservative, evangelical Christian, but how he is an agnostic.

It is my hope that this clarification on what the course is and is not, as well as the introduction to the Bible as Literature provided in week 1’s audio lectures and course materials, gives you a clear idea about what to except in the course. I additionally hope that it will mitigate any anger you may have against myself, Ehrman, or any other course material.

That said, I understand that the content of any course that studies material surrounding one’s beliefs may be challenging and uncomfortable at times. I warmly and openly welcome you to the challenge, and I am honored to serve as a guide and even fellow traveler on your journey to learning more about the Bible from a secular, academic, and literary perspective.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Required Textbook
The Bible: A Historical and Literary Introduction, 2nd Edition, by Bart D. Ehrman

ISBN: 978-0190621308

(I suggest that you purchase a copy of the ebook ($37.95), because the hard copy of the text is almost twice as expensive ($71.24). The link to the ebook is: https://www.redshelf.com and the eBook ISBN is 9780190621315.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

This course as two open book exams.

Instructor Email

kvanande@unm.edu

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63000 ENGL 315.001 3 Interdisciplinary Approaches to Literature FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Van Andel, Kelly ARR ARR Online

ENGL 315.001 Interdisciplinary Approaches to Literature

Catalog Description

Combines the study of literature with the study of outside materials from history, sociology or other disciplines. Examples include Religion and Literature, Law and Literature, Literature of the Depression and Medieval Literature and Culture.

Detailed Course Description

ENGL 315 is cross listed as RELG 350, Religion and Literature. The course you will take is RELG 350, but you will get credit for ENGL 315.

Religion and literature and the myths and stories that define them arguably serve as the foundation of culture. Long before the development of academic disciplines and critical thought, the practice of contemplating and explaining the self and the universe through narrative and poetry proved essential for understanding the world and one’s place it in. Today, although we work and think with highly sophisticated thought patterns within specialized academic disciplines, the key to understanding ourselves and culture still often lies in story. This course on religion and literature builds on this truth. Through three units entitled: “The Nature of the Divine,” “Self and Other,”and “Society and Culture,” the course discusses how the act and art of story telling not only helps us understand the past but also the present construction of the world. The course material focuses on the literature related to the three Abrahamic faiths?Judaism, Christianity, and Islam?and uses such to explore each unit’s themes. There are two exams, one short reflection assignment, and weekly reading quizzes and class discussion.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

1. Young Goodman Brown & Other Short Stories by Nathaniel Hawthorne - ISBN 0486270602
2. The Jew of Malta by Christopher Marlowe - ISBN 0486431843
3. Dawn by Elie Wiesel - ISBN 0809037726
4. The Children of the Alley - Naguib Mahfouz - ISBN 9780385264730

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

The course has two open book exams.

Instructor Email

kvanande@unm.edu

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46625 ENGL 352.010 3 Early Shakespeare FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Greenberg, Marissa ARR ARR Online

ENGL 352.010 Early Shakespeare

Catalog Description

Survey of Shakespeare’s Elizabethan-era drama and poetry, including such works as A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Henry IV, Hamlet and Venus and Adonis. Examines dramatic structure, characterization, poetics and a variety of themes in their historical context.

Detailed Course Description

In this fully online course you will read some of the plays that Shakespeare wrote during the first part of his career, including *Hamlet*, *A Midsummer Night's Dream*, and *Henry V*. It will enable you to speak knowledgeably about Shakespeare’s early plays through careful, guided reading; brief lectures; and specific skill-based assignments. Through regular discussions with your peers, you will delve in depth into key themes of Shakespeare’s early plays. And because reading Shakespeare’s language aloud is key to understanding the plays, you will prepare recitations using audio-video technology available through our course site. All course materials – the plays and other readings as well as performances, images, and podcasts – will be online.

By the end of this course, students may expect to be able to:

- discuss with proficiency with the characters, plots, and conventions of Shakespeare’s early plays.
- demonstrate their facility with Shakespeare’s language.
- apply a range of interpretive methods to analyze Shakespeare’s early plays.
- assess the historical reception of Shakespeare’s works.

Textbooks and Materials

All course materials will be available online.

Orientation

Online orientation in Week 1.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will be used for office hours.

Testing

Exams will be available for a period of time, and students will complete exams online.

Instructor Email

marissag@unm.edu

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62410 ENGL 354.001 3 Milton
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FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Greenberg, Marissa ARR ARR Online

ENGL 354.001 Milton

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The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

Comprehensive study of Milton’s poetry and prose with the context of 17th-century history and of Milton criticism. Alternates between focus upon Paradise Lost and shorter poems, and upon Paradise Regained, Samson Agonistes and prose. (LL)

Detailed Course Description

full term
Personalized Course Description: John Milton’s *Paradise Lost*, published in 1667 in the immediate aftermath of the English Revolution, holds a unique place in British and global literary history. In this epic in twelve books modeled on the classical epics of Homer and Virgil, Milton reimagines events related in the Bible, in particular the fall of Adam and Eve. Many of the poetic, theological, political, and personal concerns of Paradise Lost are already evident in Milton’s early poetry. It is not only Milton’s biblical reimagining but also his engagement with these pressing issues of his day—and ours—that explains the popularity of his poetry for the past 350 years and throughout the world. In this course we will read *Paradise Lost* and Milton’s early poetry both to develop a rich understanding of the form, content, and cruxes of Milton’s poetry and to interpret the ongoing significance of Milton’s poetry today.

By the end of this course, students will be able to

- Demonstrate facility with Milton’s language through close reading and oral recitation.
- Analyze key features of Miltonic poetry through application of learned information.
- Evaluate the relationship between *Paradise Lost* and current social justice issues based on external research and internal evidence.
- Demonstrate greater compositional facility through activities focused on writing for literary study and across disciplines (in fulfillment of criteria for “Writing Intensive” course for Majors in English).

To fulfill these course objectives, you will complete a range of activities, include guided reading, brief lectures, recitations, and group discussions.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Orientation

Online orientation in Week 1.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will be used for office hours.

Testing

The course includes one exam at the end of the semester. It will be available for a period of time, and students will complete the exam online.

Instructor Email

marissag@unm.edu

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52833 ENGL 417.011 3 Editing FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Benz, Stephen ARR ARR Online

ENGL 417.011 Editing

Catalog Description

Theory and practice of copyediting print and on-line documents. Rhetorical, linguistic and historical analyses of style, grammar and usage.

Detailed Course Description

This course focuses on editing as a professional practice. Along with perfecting advanced copyediting skills, you will learn about "information design": the creation of documents that are complete, accurate, correct, comprehensible, usable, and appropriate for readers. Because editors must often be responsible for a document from its inception to its presentation as a finished product, you will also learn about layout and document design, as well as contemporary production processes. Successful completion of this course will provide you with the foundation necessary for a future career in the field.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Amy Einsohn. The Copyeditor's Handbook, 3rd Edition. U of Calif Press. ISBN: 0520271564

Orientation

This course does not have an orientation

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Instructor Email

sbenz@unm.edu

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62411 ENGL 421.001 3 Advanced Creative Writing–Fiction FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Warner, Sharon ARR ARR Online

ENGL 421.001 Advanced Creative Writing–Fiction

Catalog Description

An advanced course in fiction with a strong emphasis on revision. Combines the workshop experience with classroom study of published authors as well as some theorists on writing. Prerequisite: ENGL 321

Detailed Course Description

The Novella Workshop

First off, let’s get straight on our terms. For our purposes, we will define the novella as 60-120 pages of fiction that typically follows “the fortunes of a single character through a limited time in a circumscribed locale, focused on a central action.” This working definition comes courtesy of Philip Gerard, from his essay, “An Architecture of Light: Structuring the Novel & Story Collection.”

As a form, the novella lends itself to both expansion and compression and is therefore an excellent project for fiction writers who find themselves challenged in either direction. A novella can contain more characters than a story, but, that said, the dramatic arc is still relatively simple. As Debra Spark so aptly puts it, “the novella is Goldilock’s form, not too much of this and not too much of that but just right.”

Those enrolled in the course will be expected to formulate and draft the major scenes of a novella (in accordance with the Aristotlean plot line). Additionally, students will draft at least one scenario/synopsis. We will use two novellas as touchstones or reference points, Ian McEwan’s On Chesil Beach (soon to be released as a major motion picture) and Edith Wharton’s Ethan Frome.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Text materials will be provided on the website. The two novellas we will read and refer to are Ethan Frome by Edith Wharton (available online and through the website) and Chesil Beach by Ian McEwan. Chesil Beach will be available at the UNM Bookstore.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

This course does not have exams

Instructor Email

swarner@unm.edu

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62412 ENGL 457.001 3 Victorian Studies FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Houston, Gail ARR ARR Online

ENGL 457.001 Victorian Studies

Catalog Description

Studies in the literature and culture of the Victorian era; recent offerings have included Dickens, the Bronte’s; and special topics such as Sensation’ Detection and the Detective Novel; Victorian Sexualities; and Race, Class and Gender.

Detailed Course Description

Fusty and prudish, yes. Fascinating, naughty, and surprising--yes! That's the Victorians. This course is an undergraduate senior level survey of British literature and culture of the Victorian period (1832-1901). We will read poetry, fiction, and drama, analyzing especially how writers responded to the dramatic social changes of their time. Guided by the preoccupations of Victorian writers, the course will focus on these themes: the Condition of England question, including issues of industrialization, capitalism, and class society more generally; the Woman Question, gender, and sexuality; the Crisis of Faith: faith and science; and empire.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.
NORTON ANTHOLOGY OF ENG LIT 9/E, VOL E
9780393912531/ 0393912531
BY GREENBLATT, STEPHEN, CHRIST, CAROL T., DAVID, ALFRED, LEWALSKI, BARBARA K., AND LEWALSKI, BARBARA KIEFER
PUBLISHED BY NORTON & COMPANY, INCORPORATED

HARD TIMES
9781551110752/ 155111075X
BY DICKENS, CHARLES
PUBLISHED BY BROADVIEW PRESS
PUBLICATION DATE: MAR. 1, 1996
LIST PRICE: $8.95


JANE EYRE
9781551111803/ 1551111802
BY BRONTË, CHARLOTTE
PUBLISHED BY BROADVIEW PRESS
PUBLICATION DATE: JAN. 1, 1999
LIST PRICE: $14.95

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

This course does not have exams

Instructor Email

ghouston@unm.edu

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Family and Child Studies
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
59481 FCS 402.002 3 Teaching and Learning Reading and Writing FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Salazar, Maria-Elena W 1300-1530 Online

FCS 402.002 Teaching and Learning Reading and Writing

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: W
Meeting Times: 1300-1530 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

This advanced course is designed to prepare early childhood professionals to understand and to teach. This course focuses on reading as a complex, interactive, constructive process.

Prerequisite: 202.

Corequisite: 402L.

Restriction: admitted to B.S. Family and Child Studies.

Instructor Email

espanola@unm.edu

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59483 FCS 408.002 3 Teaching and Learning in Social Studies, Fine Arts and Movement FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Herrera, Ida M 1000-1230 Online

FCS 408.002 Teaching and Learning in Social Studies, Fine Arts and Movement

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: M
Meeting Times: 1000-1230 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

This course emphasizes an integrated approach to teaching the “what and why” of social studies, fine arts and movement; assessing student learning; planning units, lessons, and activities; developing effective instructional strategies.

Restriction: admitted to B.S. Family and Child Studies, and junior or senior standing.

Instructor Email

imherrera@unm.edu

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60174 FCS 440.004 3 Student Teaching Seminar FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Salazar, Maria-Elena W 1630-1900 Online

FCS 440.004 Student Teaching Seminar

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: W
Meeting Times: 1630-1900 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

Weekly seminar where students engage in critical reflection and discussion of their own practice, and make connections between theory and practice. Students focus on developing competencies, self-assessment, and develop a professional portfolio.

Prerequisite: 103 and 115 and 117 and 117L and 202 and 217 and 217L and 230 and 311 and 321 and 401 and 406 and 408 and 417L.

Restriction: admitted to B.S. Family and Child Studies, and senior standing.

Instructor Email

espanola@unm.edu

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Geography
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
41746 GEOG 101.002 3 Home Planet: Land Water Life
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FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Wiley, Cody ARR ARR Online

GEOG 101.002 Home Planet: Land Water Life

The Golden Paw Seal.

The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

World geography; physical elements. Use of maps and globes for a systematic analysis of world climates, vegetation, soils and landforms and their distribution, interrelation and significance to humans. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area III: Science.

Detailed Course Description

Welcome to our Home Planet! In this class we explore Earth’s environment as interacting systems of air, water, land, and life. We'll learn to identify and explain the geographic patterns in our environment and the processes that help create these patterns. An understanding of physical geography will give you insights into many of the events and topics you see on the news every day. Hopefully, you’ll also have fun learning about our amazing world!

Textbooks and Materials

Required Text: Geosystems Core 1e, Christopherson et al., ISBN 978-0-321-83474-4, available at UNM Bookstore.
Optional: an Atlas. Goode’s World Atlas. 23rd ed., C.J. Sutton, editor, ISBN 978-0-13-386464-9, is on reserve at Centennial Library MAGIC reference.
Optional software: Google Earth (free download)

Orientation

An orientation module is open the first week of class.

Face to Face Meetings

his course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

Each module has a quiz covering the module's topics.

Instructor Email

cwiley@unm.edu

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48808 GEOG 102.003 3 People and Place
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FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Wiley, Cody ARR ARR Online

GEOG 102.003 People and Place

The Golden Paw Seal.

The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

World geography; human elements. A systematic analysis of world population, demographic factors, ethnic groups, predominant economies and political units and their distribution, interrelation and interaction with the physical earth.

Detailed Course Description

People & Place explores major topics in Human Geography, including populations, political geography, culture, and development. This class will give you insight into your world, its peoples, and the events you see on the daily news.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Required Text: Contemporary Human Geography 3e, James M. Rubenstein, ISBN 978-0-321-99901-6, available at UNM Bookstore.
Optional software: Google Earth (free download) earth.google.com.
Optional: an Atlas. Goode’s World Atlas. 23rd ed., C.J. Sutton, editor ISBN 978-0-13-386464-9, is available on reserve at Centennial Library MAGIC reference.
Additional reading or other materials is also provided as pdfs or web links.

Orientation

An orientation module is open in the first week of class.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

Each module has a quiz covering that module's topic.

Instructor Email

cwiley@unm.edu

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Health Education
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
62734 HED 209.001 3 Education for AIDS Prevention FA 18 Open Learning: 10/15/2018 - 11/11/2018 Escajeda, Jennifer ARR ARR Online

HED 209.001 Education for AIDS Prevention

Catalog Description

This course is designed to familiarize students about the HIV/AIDS epidemic with HIV/AIDS awareness including: basic information, prevention, history, compassion, legal issues, testing and societal implications.

Instructor Email

jescajed@unm.edu

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62735 HED 247.001 3 Consumer Health FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Boyle, Angelica ARR ARR Online

HED 247.001 Consumer Health

Catalog Description

Preparation in knowledge and skills related to consumers of health products and services.

Detailed Course Description

This course will provide students with a framework for evaluating consumer health information. The course also provides students with tools and resources to identify, evaluate, and validate product information used in the delivery of health care, health services, and other health behaviors.

Textbooks and Materials

No textbook required, powerpoints will come from a textbook and other resources. These will all be provided on UNM Learn.

Orientation

Orientation will consist of a syllabus quiz and an introduction post.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings.

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing.

Testing

There is a final exam.

Instructor Email

akozicki@unm.edu

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61834 HED 260.001 3 Foundations of Health Promotion FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Escajeda, Jennifer ARR ARR Online

HED 260.001 Foundations of Health Promotion

Catalog Description

For those considering becoming health majors or minors in school health or community health. Exploration of the basic philosophy and fundamental practices currently utilized in health education.

Instructor Email

jescajed@unm.edu

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62909 HED 306.001 1 Conflict Mediation FA 18 Open Learning: 10/27/2018 - 11/17/2018 Merchant, Megan ARR ARR Online

HED 306.001 Conflict Mediation

Catalog Description

The course will cover methods of resolving conflict situations and methods of preventing conflict. Students will learn to design educational strategies that can be implemented as part of a classroom curriculum.

Detailed Course Description

Hello students!

HED 306 "Conflict Mediation" is a one-credit hour, four-week, fully online course designed to examine conflict, specifically the prevention and resolution of communication conflict through the skill and practice of mediation.

Students will learn educational strategies that can be implemented as part of a classroom curriculum including: positive language, active listening, co-mediation, anger awareness and coping skills, and more.

Fun Facts!
WHO: This course is for all backgrounds, ages, and communication abilities: no prerequisites are needed. This course will take your personal communication from your starting pointing to a higher level.

ACTIVITIES: Each week you will have a reading from the required textbook, optional additional readings, a brief online quiz, and one communication assignment (survey, skill activity, journal, or dialog practice). Although the course is fully online, please follow weekly content release deadlines to stay on track as skills and content progress.

RECOMMENDED TIME: It is recommended you allow a minimum of 3-4 hours of time per week (12-16 hours total for the course) to successfully complete online course requirements and at-home activities.

OPTIONAL GROWTH: An additional 1-2 hours per week (20-24 hours course total) will take you from meeting to exceeding communication knowledge and skills; optional activities and supplemental readings will be offered to those that wish to go deeper.

NON-CREDENTIALING COURSE: Please note that this course provides essential education and skills for mediation, but does not replace or fulfill Mediator certification credential. Professional credentialing courses contain a minimum 40-hour live educational course with evaluator and require you to lead several practice conflict scenarios.

This course WILL help you decide if professional mediation is a wonderful next step for your goals and career, and will connect you with professional mediation resources if you choose to proceed.

QUESTIONS or COURSE ENROLLMENT FULL? Please email anytime prior to Oct. 27 with course inquiries or to request to be added: Instructor Megan Merchant, mamerch@gmail.com. I love hearing from students!

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Griffith, Daniel B. & Goodwin, Cliff. (2016). 'Conflict Survival Kit'(2nd ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.

The textbook is available at the UNM Bookstore near Stanford and Central at UNM Main Campus - Albuquerque.

PowerPoint slides will be available for download on UNM Learn; visit UNM Learn Day 1 to download and print a copy of the class schedule and syllabus for your reference. Additional resources will become available on UNM Learn.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course is currently under design. It may add a web conferencing element closer to the class start date, but does not at this time have a web conferencing element.

Testing

Brief online quizzes will be available on UNM Learn each of the four weeks of the class.

You will receive a PDF class schedule on UNM Learn when class begins Oct. 27 to help guide you through course timelines and assignment requirements.

Instructor Email

mamerch@unm.edu

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62943 HED 333.001 3 Emotional Health and Interpersonal Relationships FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Escajeda, Jennifer ARR ARR Online

HED 333.001 Emotional Health and Interpersonal Relationships

Catalog Description

Course will examine a psychological framework that is the cause of a dysfunctional lifestyle and create a psychological framework that can result in the improvement in the quality of living.

Instructor Email

jescajed@unm.edu

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62737 HED 362.001 3 Introduction to Health Behavior Theory FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Perry, Christina ARR ARR Online

HED 362.001 Introduction to Health Behavior Theory

Catalog Description

This course will provide an understanding of theoretical principles of various health behavior theories that explain the adoption of health-compromising and health-promoting behaviors.

Detailed Course Description

Hello Students! This course is a core requirement for Community Health Education students. In this course, you will acquire a working knowledge of foundational theories used in public health practice including the ability to measure key constructs and apply theory at all levels of influence within an ecological framework.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Hayden, J. (2019). Introduction to health behavior theory. Jones and Bartlett, Sudbury, MA. 3rd edition ISBN-13: 9781284125115

Orientation

An orientation model will open and be available the first day of class.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

This course has exams.

Instructor Email

cperry2@unm.edu

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63954 HED 362.002 3 Introduction to Health Behavior Theory FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Escajeda, Jennifer ARR ARR Online

HED 362.002 Introduction to Health Behavior Theory

Catalog Description

This course will provide an understanding of theoretical principles of various health behavior theories that explain the adoption of health-compromising and health-promoting behaviors.

Detailed Course Description

This course is a core requirement for Community Health Education students. In this course, you will acquire a working knowledge of foundational theories used in public health practice including the ability to measure key constructs and apply theory at all levels of influence within an ecological framework.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Hayden, J. (2019). Introduction to health behavior theory. Jones and Bartlett, Sudbury, MA. 3rd edition ISBN-13: 9781284125115

Orientation

An orientation model will open and be available the first day of class.

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

This course has exams.

Instructor Email

jescajed@unm.edu

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63729 HED 371.001 3 Intro to Public and Cmty Hlth FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Boyle, Angelica ARR ARR Online

HED 371.001 Intro to Public and Cmty Hlth

Catalog Description

Introduction to the field of public and community health, origins and design of the U.S. public health system and its role in population based health.

Detailed Course Description

The purpose of this course is to provide students with an introductory overview of public health issues, problems and needs of communities on a local, state, national and global level. This course will focus on the status of community and public health in counties in New Mexico. This course will provide an introductory framework for community health by providing a public health understanding about the epidemiology of disease, including the role of environment, social, political, and economic factors. An overview of community health is provided by examining important areas to community health, such as: a) foundations of community and public health; b) the nation’s health; and c) environmental health and safety.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Orientation

Students will complete a syllabus quiz as well as an introduction video.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

There will be 2 exams. Each exam will have, essay questions, T/F and multiple choice and will cover many chapters. You can take the exam whenever it is convenient for you during the week and will be due by 11:30PM at the end of the week.

Instructor Email

akozicki@unm.edu

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60218 HED 371.002 3 Intro to Public and Cmty Hlth FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Boyle, Angelica ARR ARR Online

HED 371.002 Intro to Public and Cmty Hlth

Catalog Description

Introduction to the field of public and community health, origins and design of the U.S. public health system and its role in population based health.

Detailed Course Description

The purpose of this course is to provide students with an introductory overview of
public health issues, problems and needs of communities on a local, state, national and global level. This course will focus on the status of community and public health in counties in New Mexico. This course will provide an introductory framework for community health by providing a public health understanding about the epidemiology of disease, including the role of environment, social, political, and economic factors. An overview of community health is provided by examining important areas to community health, such as: a) foundations of community and public health; b) the nation’s health; and c) environmental health and safety.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Orientation

Students will complete a syllabus quiz as well as an introduction video.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

There will be 2 exams. Each exam will have, essay questions, T/F and multiple choice and will cover many chapters. You can take the exam whenever it is convenient for you during the week and will be due by 11:30PM at the end of the week.

Instructor Email

akozicki@unm.edu

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57629 HED 493.001 3 T: Thriving with Homeopathy FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Koch, Angelika ARR ARR Online

HED 493.001 T: Thriving with Homeopathy

Detailed Course Description

THRIVING WITH HOMEOPATHY, A Practical Guide for the Whole Family, Nurses & Beyond

The comprehensive course THRIVING WITH HOMEOPATHY facilitates the student and present and future health care practitioner of integrated medicine as well as the student of the nursing programs with an in-depth understanding of homeopathy, its philosophy, and practical application. Next, to the main subject homeopathy, the student also will be introduced to the interrelationship between the Mind, Body, and Soul with their intricate communication channels and unlimited potentialities. The curriculum is designed with beauty and mindfulness, and not only serves the student with a wealth of information, but also as a “feast of the senses”, welcoming the participant to experience and feel the presented study material as a means to personal transformation.

The course offers a broad understanding of a homeopathic First-Aid Kit with its 36 remedies and 12 Schüssler’s Cell Salts. The participants will be able to assess useful homeopathic remedies for common ailments like aches and pains, fever, influenza, headache, migraine, earache, sore throat, upper respiratory disorders, coughs and colds, digestive disorders, skin and hair symptoms and related disorders, fungal infections as well as emotional distress and sleep problems to fatigue and childhood complaints. Applied homeopathy in acute situations addresses ailments like animal bites, bruises, burns, injuries, nosebleeds, stings, sprains and strains, heat strokes, and wounds as well as ailments which can occur during travels. The course will address the subject of miasms, which describe a predisposition towards various weaknesses and chronic diseases and are part of a person’s inheritance.

As each homeopathic remedy portrays its unique and individual psychological profile, the participant will be able to confidently demonstrate the application of homeopathic remedies regarding emotional imbalances like anxiety, stress, grief, and depression.

The course consists of 450 pages, more than 40 contact hours of teaching and/or study curriculum and is presented with 16 sessions and final research paper. It covers a full academic 16-week semester with a midterm break. Homework assignments need to be completed and handed in weekly online.

Course Objectives
While studying the art of homeopathy and application of a homeopathic First-Aid Kit with its content of 36 remedies, the student’s growing understanding of the key concepts of homeopathy will simultaneously inspire and empower him/herself in the art of self-care protocol regarding a personal health regime and in taking responsibility toward the actual causes of illness itself. By developing this positive approach and core relationship in creating a mental, emotional and physical healthy life, the student will enable him/herself to move away from automatically taking a defensive position toward illness.

This course offers an opportunity for the student, not only to collect a wealth of information about homeopathy, but also to re-direct and apply the key concepts to his/her own healing process.

• Students will be able to demonstrate his/her acquired knowledge of the course.

• Students will be able to demonstrate and take back to their own communities useful natural tools regarding holistic and integrated medicine which not only may benefit their future clients, but also future generations to come.

This comprehensive course does not require pre-requisite knowledge in the discipline and/or any required competencies, yet a general interest and commitment regarding the understanding and application of the science of homeopathy is welcomed.

Dr. ANGELIKA MARIA KOCH, DNM LCH HNHIr, is a Doctor of Natural Medicine and the owner of MEDICA NOVA, Practice for Integrated & Educational Medicine. For nearly three decades in her clinical practice, Dr. Angelika Maria Koch has synthesized and applied a unique blend of effective

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57627 HED 493.002 3 T: Thriving with Homeopathy for Birthing Life FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Koch, Angelika ARR ARR Online

HED 493.002 T: Thriving with Homeopathy for Birthing Life

Detailed Course Description

THRIVING WITH HOMEOPATHY FOR BIRTHING LIFE - A Practical Guide for Midwives, Doulas, Childbirth Educators, Nurses, Expecting Mothers & Everybody Interested.

The comprehensive course THRIVING WITH HOMEOPATHY FOR BIRTHING LIFE facilitates the student and present and future midwives, doulas, childbirth educators, and nurses with an in-depth understanding of homeopathy in the field of midwifery, its philosophy, and practical application. Next, to the main subject homeopathy, the student also will be able to use valuable information regarding effective herbal formulas applicable during the time of birthing life.

The curriculum is designed with beauty and mindfulness, and not only serves the student with a wealth of information, but also as a ‘feast of the senses’, welcoming the participant to experience and feel the presented study material as a means to personal transformation.

The course offers an in-depth understanding of a Basic Childbirth Kit with its 18 remedies as well as added homeopathic remedies indicated during pregnancy, birth & postpartum period (in total 42 remedies). The participant will be able to select homeopathic remedies for the first, second and third trimester regarding common ailments like miscarriage and infertility, nausea & vomiting, anemia and malnutrition, carpal tunnel syndrome, constipation, diarrhea, eclampsia & preeclampsia, heartburn, insomnia, nosebleed, skin complaints, Braxton Hicks contractions, digestive & bowel complaints, pelvic pain, arthritis, neuralgia & rheumatism, hemorrhoids, abnormal presentation, bleeding, hypertension & toxemia of pregnancy, stretch marks, varicose veins, vaginitis, cystitis, vaginal thrush and genital herpes, hair & nail problems, exhaustion, just to mention a few.

The student will be able to further select and apply indicated homeopathic remedies during labor & childbirth, like premature or ‘false’ labor, late onset & past due date, spontaneous rupture of membranes, dysfunctional labor, problems of expulsion, resuscitation & care of the newborn, backache during labor, nausea, retained placenta, retention of urine, perineal contusions & lacerations, postpartum bleeding, healing tears & stitches as well as management and medical intervention during labor.

The course will teach the student about the immense value in the application of homeopathic remedies during the postpartum period. Here, situations like afterpains, breastfeeding problems, mastitis, constipation, emotional distress, exhaustion, hair loss, postpartum bleeding & infections, prolapse, insomnia, loss of libido, phlebitis, hemorrhoids, incontinence, retention of urine as well as common ailments in newborns will be addressed.

As each homeopathic remedy portrays its unique and individual psychological profile, the student will be able to confidently demonstrate how to apply these remedies for the expecting and/or birthing mother during challenging emotional phases, like fear, anxiety, stress, grief or depression, as well as for the individual personality of the newborn.

The course consists of 450 pages, more than 40 contact hours of teaching and/or study curriculum and is presented with 16 modules and final research paper. It covers a full academic 16-week semester with a midterm break. Homework assignments need to be completed and handed in weekly online.

Course Objectives
While studying the art of homeopathy and application of a homeopathic Childbirth Kit with its content of 18 remedies, the student’s growing understanding of the key concepts of homeopathy will simultaneously inspire and empower him/herself and his/her clients in the art of self-care protocol regarding a personal health regime and in taking responsibility toward the actual causes of illness itself.

By developing this positive approach and core relationship in creating a mental, emotional and physical healthy life, the student will enable him/herself to move away from automatically takin

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60547 HED 493.003 3 T: Being & Living Quantum Healing FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Koch, Angelika ARR ARR Online

HED 493.003 T: Being & Living Quantum Healing

Detailed Course Description

BEING & LIVING QUANTUM HEALING, Transforming Your Mind, Body & Soul in the New World

The course Being & Living Quantum Healing facilitates the student and health care practitioner of integrated medicine with an in-depth understanding and application of the interrelationship between the Mind, Body, and Soul with their intricate communication channels and unlimited potentialities. The curriculum is designed with beauty and mindfulness, and not only serves the student with a wealth of information, but also as a “feast of the senses”, welcoming the participant to experience and feel the presented study material as a means to personal transformation.

The purpose of this course is to support the student in his/her quest for spiritual and emotional growth as well as deep and lasting physical well-being.

Being & Living Quantum Healing course serves as an inspiration to choose a completely new way of living as well as becoming and living as an authentic and active participant in a changing world.

Course Objectives
¥ The student will be able assess the meaning of health & disease, the individual signature of the patient’s ailment as well as the willingness to explore and resolve his/her mental, emotional and physical symptomatology.

¥ The student will be able to understand and recognize the existence of a deep-seated core wound, that ultimately feeds the patient’s perception of conditioned patterns and physical illness.

¥ With a well-researched and cutting-edge 21st-century synthesis of science and spirituality, the student will be able to define the primal steps of re-building vibrant and optimal health again.

¥ The student will be able to demonstrate the meaning of the “Toxic Stress Cycle”, the essential life-building nutrients and will be able to define the “Circadian Rhythm”, the natural inherent timing of the cells.

¥ The student further will be able to explain the theme of cellular inflammation & lack of energy, cellular biology and epigenetics/methylation as well as the importance of an in-depth ultimate-whole-body-cellular detoxification program.

¥ The student also will be able to select the most basic homeopathic remedies in relation to the portrayed organ systems. To complete the Mind & Body connection, the student will be able to describe the process in finding one’s true inherent nature within.

¥ The student will be able to assess, that we are deeply aware, that our planetary conflicts are directly and proportionally related to the extent and severity of humanity’s separation from its soul, as are our personal conflicts directly related to our ability or inability to live a conscious life through the soul.

¥ The student will be able to examine, that the dynamic of the soul and personality is the same dynamic as energy converted into matter. The system is identical. Therefore, the quality of the relationship to the soul is directly related to the quality of the physical cellular makeup, despite genetic weaknesses.

¥ The student will be able to emphasize the vital commitment and the courageous act in stepping away from the ownership of one’s conditioned ideas and preconceived perceptions which not only initiates a profound transformative process for the individual, but also for his community, nation, and the planet.

¥ The student will be able to demonstrate, that today, our minds, bodies, and souls require the path of Quantum Healing, the path toward the deepest core of the mind-and-body system.

¥ With all the required aspects of Mind, Body & Soul falling into place, the student will be able to acknowledge the intimate relationship of an ensouled body and an embodied soul. With the artful cultivation of optimal health, and by looking at all three necessary aspects (Mind, Body & Soul) the student will be able to come to his/her conclusion, that the fascinating journey of healing the self becomes the eternal dance of life.

¥ The student will be able to ex

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History
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
64024 HIST 101.003 3 Western Civilization to 1648 FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Steen, Charlie ARR ARR Online

HIST 101.003 Western Civilization to 1648

Catalog Description

Ancient times to 1648. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core.

Instructor Email

csteen@unm.edu

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64025 HIST 101.004 3 Western Civilization to 1648 FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Steen, Charlie ARR ARR Online

HIST 101.004 Western Civilization to 1648

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Catalog Description

Ancient times to 1648. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core.

Instructor Email

csteen@unm.edu

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42667 HIST 101.010 3 Western Civilization to 1648 FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Steen, Charlie ARR ARR Online

HIST 101.010 Western Civilization to 1648

Catalog Description

Ancient times to 1648. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core.

Detailed Course Description

This course may require web conferencing or on campus face to face meetings. Contact your instructor for more information

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Instructor Email

csteen@unm.edu

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58747 HIST 102.003 3 Western Civilization Post 1648 FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Winchester, Ian ARR ARR Online

HIST 102.003 Western Civilization Post 1648

Catalog Description

1648 to present.

Instructor Email

iwinches@unm.edu

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Interdisc Film & Digital Media
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
57525 IFDM 491.003 3 T: Adv Maya: Production FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Swardson, Bradley ARR ARR Online

IFDM 491.003 T: Adv Maya: Production

Catalog Description

May be repeated for credit, up to 12 hours as long as topic varies. This course allows permanent or visiting faculty to develop a course based on a topic related to digital media, and may include courses in career development for media industries.

Instructor Email

swardson@unm.edu

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Lang, Literacy & Sociocult St
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
57516 LLSS 460.080 3 Language and Education in Southwest Native American Communities FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Sims, Christine M 1600-1900 Online

LLSS 460.080 Language and Education in Southwest Native American Communities

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: M
Meeting Times: 1600-1900 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

This course explores the historical context of education and its impact on Native American communities of the Southwest. Topics include native language acquisition, bilingualism, language shift, and language revitalization efforts in native communities and schools.

Instructor Email

csimsacoma@aol.com

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51784 LLSS 493.010 3 T:Curaderismo Part I FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Torres, Eliseo ARR ARR Online

LLSS 493.010 T:Curaderismo Part I

Catalog Description

Topics.

Detailed Course Description

This course will take an approach in exploring how our ancestors used traditional healing methods in their everyday lives to cure and help diminish various ailments. Additionally, this course will look on how our ancestors shaped our cultural diversity of yesterday, and today, what what the future of this medicine might be. The course features teachings from a multitude of rituals, such as hands-on traditional massages for intestinal blockage (empacho), spiritual/energetic cleansings (limpias), laugh therapy (risaterapia), shawl alignments (manteadas), fire cupping (ventosas), and the preparation of medicinal teas, tinctures, and micro-dosages of Mexico and the Southwest. By the end of the course, students will have a general understanding of traditional medicine, curanderismo, and its historical usages for addressing different ailments when medical care was a scarce resource for many.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

REQUIRED:
Curanderismo: The Art of Traditional Medicine without Borders by Eliseo Torres

Curandero: Traditional Healers of Mexico and the Southwest by Eliseo Torres with Imanol Miranda

Curandero: A Life in Mexican Folk Healing by Eliseo Torres and Tim Sawyer

OPTIONAL:
Healing with Herbs and Rituals: A Mexican Tradition by Eliseo Torres, edited by Tim Sawyer

Orientation

The orientation can be found within the first module of the course. It will go over certain UNM Learn features that you will be using throughout the semester, such as course messages, My Grades, and Announcements, among others.

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

Students are expected to complete the weekly module quizzes that correspond with the course lecture videos. Additionally, students are required to complete group discussions as assigned in the syllabus and a final paper according to the requirements stated in the syllabus as well.

Instructor Email

cheo@unm.edu

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62166 LLSS 500.001 3 Issues in Language/Literacy/Sociocultural Studies FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Sung, Yoo Kyung ARR ARR Online

LLSS 500.001 Issues in Language/Literacy/Sociocultural Studies

Catalog Description

Required core course for new LLSS Master's students. Addresses how social, political, economic, and cultural forces shape beliefs about race, class, language, gender, and literacy. Implications for teaching, learning and educational change will be examined.

Detailed Course Description

This course provides an opportunity for initial introduction and survey of issues that are considered foundational to the study of language, literacy and sociocultural studies. This course addresses the social, cultural, and political influence through frequently referenced readings in current educational writing and viewed by many in the field as having a significant influence on the thinking of educators. The course readings contain concepts, theories, or ideas that are or have been used as the basis for subsequent conceptualizations (and, as such, could be virtually invisible in the professional literature). This course will be conducted as a graduate seminar in which class members will engage in extensive reading and discussion. For each reading, class members will write a reflection on connections and tensions for that book as well as engage in a mini-inquiry to examine a question or issue that emerges through reading and discussion. These reflections and inquiries will form the basis for class discussions and the final paper. Seminars are not lecture courses, but focused in-depth inquiries. Our goal is to form a strong working community to support both group and individual goals. The participation of all of us is essential to the success of the seminar.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

1. Teachers as Allies: Transformative Practices for Teaching DREAMers & Undocumented Students by Shelley Wong, Ealisa Sanchez Gosnell, Anne Marie Foerster Luu, Lori Dodson (2018), 978-0-80775886

2. Bridging Literacy and Equity: The Essential Guide to Social Equity Teaching by Lazar et al (978-0807753477

3. Rethinking Columbus by Bill Bigelow, Bob Peterson (1998)- 978-0942961201

4. Inside Out & Back Again by Thanhha Lai 978-0061962790

5. Morning Girl by Michael Dorris 978-0786813582

6.Somos como las nubes / We Are Like the Clouds by Jorge Argueta/ Alfonso Ruano, 978-1554988495

Orientation

The student need to attend an Endnote workshop. If they cannot attend the workshop on campus, they should be able to have a chat with the librarian Todd Quinn, tq@unm.edu. This Endnote workshop is important for you to accumulate your references that will last during your MA program.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

I will open a web office hours by appointment for those of you who live in remote areas from Albuquerque.

Testing

This course does not have exams

Instructor Email

yookyung@unm.edu

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63014 LLSS 551.002 3 History of American Indian Education FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Werito, Vincent R 1630-1859 Online

LLSS 551.002 History of American Indian Education

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: R
Meeting Times: 1630-1859 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

The course examines the history of Indian Education from 1890 to the present for Indians of the Southwest. The course examines national studies, recorded government documents, scholarly writings, and oral history.

Instructor Email

vwerito@unm.edu

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57519 LLSS 560.080 3 Language and Education in Southwest Native American Communities FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Sims, Christine M 1600-1900 Online

LLSS 560.080 Language and Education in Southwest Native American Communities

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: M
Meeting Times: 1600-1900 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

This course explores the historical context of education and its impact on Native American communities of the Southwest. Topics include native language acquisition, bilingualism, language shift, and language revitalization efforts in native communities and schools.

Instructor Email

csimsacoma@aol.com

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51785 LLSS 593.010 3 T:Curaderismo Part I FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Torres, Eliseo ARR ARR Online

LLSS 593.010 T:Curaderismo Part I

Catalog Description

Topics.

Detailed Course Description

This course will take an approach in exploring how our ancestors used traditional healing methods in their everyday lives to cure and help diminish various ailments. Additionally, this course will look on how our ancestors shaped our cultural diversity of yesterday, and today, what what the future of this medicine might be. The course features teachings from a multitude of rituals, such as hands-on traditional massages for intestinal blockage (empacho), spiritual/energetic cleansings (limpias), laugh therapy (risaterapia), shawl alignments (manteadas), fire cupping (ventosas), and the preparation of medicinal teas, tinctures, and micro-dosages of Mexico and the Southwest. By the end of the course, students will have a general understanding of traditional medicine, curanderismo, and its historical usages for addressing different ailments when medical care was a scarce resource for many.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

REQUIRED:
Curanderismo: The Art of Traditional Medicine without Borders by Eliseo Torres

Curandero: Traditional Healers of Mexico and the Southwest by Eliseo Torres with Imanol Miranda

Curandero: A Life in Mexican Folk Healing by Eliseo Torres and Tim Sawyer

OPTIONAL:
Healing with Herbs and Rituals: A Mexican Tradition by Eliseo Torres, edited by Tim Sawyer

Orientation

The orientation can be found within the first module of the course. It will go over certain UNM Learn features that you will be using throughout the semester, such as course messages, My Grades, and Announcements, among others.

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

Students are expected to complete the weekly module quizzes that correspond with the course lecture videos. Additionally, students are required to complete group discussions as assigned in the syllabus and a final paper according to the requirements stated in the syllabus as well.

Instructor Email

cheo@unm.edu

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Latin American Studies
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
60179 LTAM 400.001 3 T: Curandero Mex-Folk Healing FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Torres, Eliseo ARR ARR Online

LTAM 400.001 T: Curandero Mex-Folk Healing

Catalog Description

Will vary from instructor to instructor, but will be an in-depth analysis of special topics related to Latin America. For course content, consult the Schedule of Classes. The course may be repeated without limit provided the topics vary.

Detailed Course Description

This course will take an approach in exploring how our ancestors used traditional healing methods in their everyday lives to cure and help diminish various ailments. Additionally, this course will look on how our ancestors shaped our cultural diversity of yesterday, and today, what what the future of this medicine might be. The course features teachings from a multitude of rituals, such as hands-on traditional massages for intestinal blockage (empacho), spiritual/energetic cleansings (limpias), laugh therapy (risaterapia), shawl alignments (manteadas), fire cupping (ventosas), and the preparation of medicinal teas, tinctures, and micro-dosages of Mexico and the Southwest. By the end of the course, students will have a general understanding of traditional medicine, curanderismo, and its historical usages for addressing different ailments when medical care was a scarce resource for many.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

REQUIRED:
Curanderismo: The Art of Traditional Medicine without Borders by Eliseo Torres

Curandero: Traditional Healers of Mexico and the Southwest by Eliseo Torres with Imanol Miranda

Curandero: A Life in Mexican Folk Healing by Eliseo Torres and Tim Sawyer

OPTIONAL:
Healing with Herbs and Rituals: A Mexican Tradition by Eliseo Torres, edited by Tim Sawyer

Orientation

The orientation can be found within the first module of the course. It will go over certain UNM Learn features that you will be using throughout the semester, such as course messages, My Grades, and Announcements, among others.

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

Students are expected to complete the weekly module quizzes that correspond with the course lecture videos. Additionally, students are required to complete group discussions as assigned in the syllabus and a final paper according to the requirements stated in the syllabus as well.

Instructor Email

cheo@unm.edu

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63397 LTAM 500.004 3 T: Lit Y Periodismo FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Rosas Lopategui, Patricia ARR ARR Online

LTAM 500.004 T: Lit Y Periodismo

Catalog Description

Will vary from instructor to instructor, but will be an in-depth analysis of special topics related to Latin America. For course content, consult the Schedule of Classes. The course may be repeated without limit provided the topics var

Instructor Email

paty585@unm.edu

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Liberal Arts & Integrative Studies
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
59919 LAIS 199.005 1 Customized Curriculum: The Future of Degrees FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Delcampo, Robert ARR ARR Online

LAIS 199.005 Customized Curriculum: The Future of Degrees

Catalog Description

Students will learn to create career plans that require them to research career options and potential employers, and prepare a developmental roadmap that will lead them to success within the chosen profession. Offered on a CR/NC basis only.

Instructor Email

delcampo@unm.edu

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59920 LAIS 199.006 1 Customized Curriculum: The Future of Degrees FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 TBA ARR ARR Online

LAIS 199.006 Customized Curriculum: The Future of Degrees

Catalog Description

Students will learn to create career plans that require them to research career options and potential employers, and prepare a developmental roadmap that will lead them to success within the chosen profession. Offered on a CR/NC basis only.

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Linguistics
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
12580 LING 101.001 3 Introduction to the Study of Language FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Siyavoshi, Sara ARR ARR Online

LING 101.001 Introduction to the Study of Language

Catalog Description

Broad overview of the nature of language: language structure, biology of language, language learning, language and thought, bilingualism, social and regional variation and educational implications. Intended to fulfill breadth requirements in any college. LING 101 and ANTH 110 may not both be counted for credit.

Instructor Email

ssiyavoshi@unm.edu

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12584 LING 101.003 3 Introduction to the Study of Language FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Morrone, Lindsay ARR ARR Online

LING 101.003 Introduction to the Study of Language

Catalog Description

Broad overview of the nature of language: language structure, biology of language, language learning, language and thought, bilingualism, social and regional variation and educational implications. Intended to fulfill breadth requirements in any college. LING 101 and ANTH 110 may not both be counted for credit.

Instructor Email

lindsaymorrone@unm.edu

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60898 LING 101.009 3 Introduction to the Study of Language FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Baek, Joonyeop ARR ARR Online

LING 101.009 Introduction to the Study of Language

Catalog Description

Broad overview of the nature of language: language structure, biology of language, language learning, language and thought, bilingualism, social and regional variation and educational implications. Intended to fulfill breadth requirements in any college. LING 101 and ANTH 110 may not both be counted for credit.

Detailed Course Description

This course may require web conferencing or on campus face to face meetings. Contact your instructor for more information

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Instructor Email

jybaek@unm.edu

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59931 LING 303.001 3 Introduction to Phonetics FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Smith, Caroline ARR ARR Online

LING 303.001 Introduction to Phonetics

Catalog Description

An introduction to the physiological mechanisms underlying speech production, linguistic classification and transcription of speech sounds, acoustic properties of speech sounds, relationship between phonetics and phonology, and applications to speech pathology.

Detailed Course Description

The first part of this course will focus on the sounds used in English. In the latter part of the course, students will also learn about some of the many other sounds that are used in different languages, and about how the sound system of English is like, and unlike, the sound systems of other languages. The course will include both articulatory and acoustic phonetics. The focus is on understanding the basic mechanisms involved in speech production, and on learning to use the International Phonetic Alphabet to transcribe speech.
The course includes online quizzes and exercises, written homework assignments, and a final exam. There will also be two tests of phonetic transcription.

Textbooks and Materials

Course materials will be provided within the course for free download. Students will also need to download a font used to type phonetic symbols, which is also free.

Orientation

Orientation will take place within the course during the first week of the semester.

Web Conferencing

There will be optional web conference office hours, but no required activities involve web conferencing.

Testing

There are two tests during the semester, and a final exam. They can all be completed at any time during the week they are scheduled for.

Instructor Email

caroline@unm.edu

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60772 LING 331.003 3 Language in Society FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Koops, Christian ARR ARR Online

LING 331.003 Language in Society

Catalog Description

Introduction to sociolinguistics. Topics: social dialects, societal multilingualism, language contact, language attitudes, language policy and planning, the role of language in binding and defining communities.

Prerequisite: 101 or 301 or 440 or ANTH 110.

Instructor Email

ckoops@unm.edu

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57403 LING 490.004 3 T: Methods in Language Research FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Jacobson, Holly ARR ARR Online

LING 490.004 T: Methods in Language Research

Catalog Description

Special topics motivated by expertise of instructor and interest of students.

Detailed Course Description

The overall goal of this seminar is to provide students conducting language research with the opportunity to prepare a fully developed research proposal. Students will be involved in planning and designing their own research projects, informed by previous research and their own research questions. The steps taken in developing student proposals are aimed at solidifying an understanding of how:
•philosophical orientation determines research design.
•scientists develop research questions or hypotheses to guide their research.
•researchers select appropriate data collection methods to answer their questions or test hypotheses.

In addition, students will develop specific skills relevant to becoming competent researchers, including:

•selecting a research topic (throughout the course, students will review research methods and approaches used to explore and describe language and human interaction as a means of supporting them in developing their proposals*).
•conducting an exhaustive literature review on the chosen topic.
•developing a research proposal to respond to gaps in the research.

*Over the course of the semester, they will critique research articles; explore research ethics and human subjects considerations; and review different approaches to data collection and analysis.

Textbooks and Materials

Litosseliti, L. (Ed). (2010) Research Methods in Linguistics. Bloomsbury.
ISBN: HB: 978-0-8264-8992-0

Orientation

Online orientation first week to orient students to use of LEARN

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

Students will be assessed using the following approaches: group discussions; self and peer evaluation; progressive writing assignments (research proposal); quizzes and exams (there will be a midterm and a final exam).

Instructor Email

jacobson@unm.edu

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60773 LING 531.003 3 Language in Society FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Koops, Christian ARR ARR Online

LING 531.003 Language in Society

Catalog Description

Introduction to sociolinguistics. Topics: social dialects, societal multilingualism, language contact, language attitudes, language policy and planning, the role of language in binding and defining communities.

Prerequisite: 101 or 301 or 440 or ANTH 110.

Instructor Email

ckoops@unm.edu

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57404 LING 590.004 3 T: Methods in Language Research FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Jacobson, Holly ARR ARR Online

LING 590.004 T: Methods in Language Research

Catalog Description

Special topics motivated by expertise of instructor and interest of students.

Detailed Course Description

The overall goal of this seminar is to provide students conducting language research with the opportunity to prepare a fully developed research proposal. Students will be involved in planning and designing their own research projects, informed by previous research and their own research questions. The steps taken in developing student proposals are aimed at solidifying an understanding of how:
•philosophical orientation determines research design.
•scientists develop research questions or hypotheses to guide their research.
•researchers select appropriate data collection methods to answer their questions or test hypotheses.

In addition, students will develop specific skills relevant to becoming competent researchers, including:

•selecting a research topic (throughout the course, students will review research methods and approaches used to explore and describe language and human interaction as a means of supporting them in developing their proposals*).
•conducting an exhaustive literature review on the chosen topic.
•developing a research proposal to respond to gaps in the research.

*Over the course of the semester, they will critique research articles; explore research ethics and human subjects considerations; and review different approaches to data collection and analysis.

Textbooks and Materials

Litosseliti, L. (Ed). (2010) Research Methods in Linguistics. Bloomsbury.
ISBN: HB: 978-0-8264-8992-0

Orientation

Online orientation first week to orient students to use of LEARN

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing

Testing

Students will be assessed using the following approaches: group discussions; self and peer evaluation; progressive writing assignments (research proposal); quizzes and exams (there will be a midterm and a final exam).

Instructor Email

jacobson@unm.edu

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Management
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
13148 MGMT 300.001 3 Operations Management FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Kiscaden, Chris ARR ARR Online

MGMT 300.001 Operations Management

Catalog Description

Survey of methods and models for the design, control, and improvement of service and manufacturing systems including project management, product/service design, process analysis, quality improvement, inventory control, capacity scheduling, and Just-In-Time (lean systems).

Prerequisite: STAT 145.

Instructor Email

kiscaden@unm.edu

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45481 MGMT 300.006 3 Operations Management FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Jurkat, Peter ARR ARR Online

MGMT 300.006 Operations Management

Catalog Description

Survey of methods and models for the design, control, and improvement of service and manufacturing systems including project management, product/service design, process analysis, quality improvement, inventory control, capacity scheduling, and Just-In-Time (lean systems).

Prerequisite: STAT 145.

Detailed Course Description

This course introduces the design, planning and control of the manufacturing and service systems required to transform an organization's inputs into useful goods and services. Managerial challenges in productivity, quality, project management, inventory control, service system design, waiting line management, supply chain management, production planning, and just-in-time systems are considered.

The material covered in this course will enable students to:
• To be able to identify production and service operations management key decisions.
• To be able to interpret the basic OM decision-making tools and how these tools are used in delivering products and services.
• To be able to interpret the principles of the Just in Time philosophy
• To develop the ability to make the correct product and process choices.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Orientation

Web conferencing is not scheduled but if you or your group would like to have a web conference begin by asking your instructor by email whereupon a time will be selected. The instructor will create a web conference and all who wish can join at that time.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing is not scheduled but if you or your group would like to have a web conference begin by asking your instructor by email whereupon a time will be selected. The instructor will create a web conference and all who wish can join at that time.

Testing

There will be a Midterm, Final, and SAT. The SAT is short exam that all sections of MGMT300 take. The results are passed on the periodic accreditation of the ASM.

Each chapter being considered from the text will have a practice quiz which can be taken as often as you want. Quiz scores will be shown but not counted as part of your letter grade.

Instructor Email

pjurkat@unm.edu

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63696 MGMT 300.009 3 Operations Management FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Kiscaden, Chris ARR ARR Online

MGMT 300.009 Operations Management

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Catalog Description

Survey of methods and models for the design, control, and improvement of service and manufacturing systems including project management, product/service design, process analysis, quality improvement, inventory control, capacity scheduling, and Just-In-Time (lean systems).

Prerequisite: STAT 145.

Instructor Email

kiscaden@unm.edu

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63697 MGMT 300.010 3 Operations Management FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Kiscaden, Chris ARR ARR Online

MGMT 300.010 Operations Management

Catalog Description

Survey of methods and models for the design, control, and improvement of service and manufacturing systems including project management, product/service design, process analysis, quality improvement, inventory control, capacity scheduling, and Just-In-Time (lean systems).

Prerequisite: STAT 145.

Instructor Email

kiscaden@unm.edu

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63692 MGMT 303.002 3 Managerial Accounting
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FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Brooks, Ann ARR ARR Online

MGMT 303.002 Managerial Accounting

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The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Catalog Description

Primary emphasis on the role of accounting in the processes of management decision-making for planning and control. Topics include: relevant cost analysis, standard costing and analysis of variances; budgeting and responsibility accounting, planned capital expenditures.

Prerequisite: 202.

Instructor Email

brooks@unm.edu

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63693 MGMT 303.003 3 Managerial Accounting
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MGMT 303.003 Managerial Accounting

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The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

Primary emphasis on the role of accounting in the processes of management decision-making for planning and control. Topics include: relevant cost analysis, standard costing and analysis of variances; budgeting and responsibility accounting, planned capital expenditures.

Prerequisite: 202.

Instructor Email

brooks@unm.edu

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39110 MGMT 303.014 3 Managerial Accounting
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FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Brooks, Ann ARR ARR Online

MGMT 303.014 Managerial Accounting

The Golden Paw Seal.

The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

Primary emphasis on the role of accounting in the processes of management decision-making for planning and control. Topics include: relevant cost analysis, standard costing and analysis of variances; budgeting and responsibility accounting, planned capital expenditures.

Prerequisite: 202.

Instructor Email

brooks@unm.edu

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59941 MGMT 306.010 3 Organizational Behavior and Diversity FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Marchiondo, Lisa ARR ARR Online

MGMT 306.010 Organizational Behavior and Diversity

Catalog Description

Emphasis on application of behavioral science theory and concepts. Focus on individual, interpersonal and group processes in a diverse work force.

Prerequisite: ENGL 102.

Detailed Course Description

This course will introduce you to the science of human behavior in organizations. It will provide you with an understanding of important organizational issues, including motivation, leadership, job attitudes, team work and group behavior, conflict, and negotiation. In addition, organizational leaders are confronted with the challenge of effectively managing a workforce that is increasingly diverse. We will discuss research pertaining to diversity in the workplace and address important and complex questions pertinent to the changing face of the 21st century workforce.

We will address these topics via the course textbook, as well as applications and discussions of students’ experiences and observations. Participation in weekly discussion groups, quizzes, and activities is essential for success. There are also three online exams and a paper/project.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

An electronic version of the textbook (Organizational Behavior by S.P. Robbins & T.A. Judge, 18th edition, Pearson) will be available on the course Learn site (via Inclusive Access) when the Learn site becomes available on the first day of class. Students’ accounts will automatically be charged for the e-book on the add/drop deadline for the semester, unless they opt out of the e-book.

Students may also purchase a print upgrade of the textbook at the bookstore for a reduced price (only available if students remain opted in to the e-book).

Alternatively, students may purchase a printed version of the textbook (18th edition only) through a local or online retailer (be sure to opt out of the e-book, if you choose this option).

Technical Equipment and Software

Proctorio testing will require a webcam and microphone.

Orientation

During the first module, brief lectures will introduce you to the course requirements, the professor, and the course structure on our Learn site.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Testing

The three exams can be completed online (UNM Learn) anytime during week-long periods. Procotorio (virtual proctoring) is required for the three exams.

Proctorio testing will require a webcam and microphone.

We recommend USB eq1uipment. Entry models are available online through computer supply stores or through the UNM bookstore.

A high speed internet connection is needed for web conferencing sessions. Wireless internet connections are not recommended. However, they may be used if tested for audio quality prior to web conferencing.

Instructor Email

marchiondo@unm.edu

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63698 MGMT 306.011 3 Organizational Behavior and Diversity
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FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Hood, Jacqueline ARR ARR Online

MGMT 306.011 Organizational Behavior and Diversity

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The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Catalog Description

Emphasis on application of behavioral science theory and concepts. Focus on individual, interpersonal and group processes in a diverse work force.

Prerequisite: ENGL 102.

Instructor Email

jnhood@unm.edu

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63699 MGMT 306.012 3 Organizational Behavior and Diversity
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FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Hood, Jacqueline ARR ARR Online

MGMT 306.012 Organizational Behavior and Diversity

The Golden Paw Seal.

The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

Emphasis on application of behavioral science theory and concepts. Focus on individual, interpersonal and group processes in a diverse work force.

Prerequisite: ENGL 102.

Instructor Email

jnhood@unm.edu

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32355 MGMT 306.020 3 Organizational Behavior and Diversity
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FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Hood, Jacqueline ARR ARR Online

MGMT 306.020 Organizational Behavior and Diversity

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The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

Emphasis on application of behavioral science theory and concepts. Focus on individual, interpersonal and group processes in a diverse work force.

Prerequisite: ENGL 102.

Instructor Email

jnhood@unm.edu

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62745 MGMT 308.008 3 Ethical, Political and Social Environment FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Spetic, Wellington ARR ARR Online

MGMT 308.008 Ethical, Political and Social Environment

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Catalog Description

The influence of environmental change on the structure and operation of the organization. Social, political, economical, ethical and technological systems are examined as they relate to each other and to the management of small- and large-scale organizations.

Prerequisite: ENGL 102.

Instructor Email

spetic@unm.edu

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62746 MGMT 308.009 3 Ethical, Political and Social Environment FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Spetic, Wellington ARR ARR Online

MGMT 308.009 Ethical, Political and Social Environment

Catalog Description

The influence of environmental change on the structure and operation of the organization. Social, political, economical, ethical and technological systems are examined as they relate to each other and to the management of small- and large-scale organizations.

Prerequisite: ENGL 102.

Instructor Email

spetic@unm.edu

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38328 MGMT 310.005 3 Legal Issues for Managers
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FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Nelson, Amelia ARR ARR Online

MGMT 310.005 Legal Issues for Managers

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The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

A general overview of the legal system and common legal principles. Emphasis on legal topics relevant to business such as contracts and torts. Explores sources of liability and presents strategies to minimize legal risk.

Prerequisite: ENGL 102

Instructor Email

nelson@unm.edu

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63694 MGMT 310.008 3 Legal Issues for Managers
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MGMT 310.008 Legal Issues for Managers

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The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Catalog Description

A general overview of the legal system and common legal principles. Emphasis on legal topics relevant to business such as contracts and torts. Explores sources of liability and presents strategies to minimize legal risk.

Prerequisite: ENGL 102

Instructor Email

nelson@unm.edu

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63695 MGMT 310.009 3 Legal Issues for Managers
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FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Nelson, Amelia ARR ARR Online

MGMT 310.009 Legal Issues for Managers

The Golden Paw Seal.

The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

A general overview of the legal system and common legal principles. Emphasis on legal topics relevant to business such as contracts and torts. Explores sources of liability and presents strategies to minimize legal risk.

Prerequisite: ENGL 102

Instructor Email

nelson@unm.edu

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27935 MGMT 322.003 3 Marketing Management FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Shul, Linda ARR ARR Online

MGMT 322.003 Marketing Management

Catalog Description

A complete overview of the system for assessing customer needs, allocating scarce resources to fulfill those needs, transmittal of market related information, completion of exchange processes and profit maximization in free markets. Emphasis on interdisciplinary tools for management decision-making and developing marketing strategies in domestic and international market applications.

Prerequisite: ENGL 102 and ECON 106.

Instructor Email

lshul@unm.edu

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56904 MGMT 322.004 3 Marketing Management FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Shul, Linda ARR ARR Online

MGMT 322.004 Marketing Management

Catalog Description

A complete overview of the system for assessing customer needs, allocating scarce resources to fulfill those needs, transmittal of market related information, completion of exchange processes and profit maximization in free markets. Emphasis on interdisciplinary tools for management decision-making and developing marketing strategies in domestic and international market applications.

Prerequisite: ENGL 102 and ECON 106.

Instructor Email

lshul@unm.edu

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62753 MGMT 322.008 3 Marketing Management FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Shul, Linda ARR ARR Online

MGMT 322.008 Marketing Management

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Catalog Description

A complete overview of the system for assessing customer needs, allocating scarce resources to fulfill those needs, transmittal of market related information, completion of exchange processes and profit maximization in free markets. Emphasis on interdisciplinary tools for management decision-making and developing marketing strategies in domestic and international market applications.

Prerequisite: ENGL 102 and ECON 106.

Instructor Email

lshul@unm.edu

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62754 MGMT 322.009 3 Marketing Management FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Shul, Linda ARR ARR Online

MGMT 322.009 Marketing Management

Catalog Description

A complete overview of the system for assessing customer needs, allocating scarce resources to fulfill those needs, transmittal of market related information, completion of exchange processes and profit maximization in free markets. Emphasis on interdisciplinary tools for management decision-making and developing marketing strategies in domestic and international market applications.

Prerequisite: ENGL 102 and ECON 106.

Instructor Email

lshul@unm.edu

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28618 MGMT 324.003 3 New Venture Strategies FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Shul, Linda ARR ARR Online

MGMT 324.003 New Venture Strategies

Catalog Description

Examines strategies, both personal and commercial, for effectively embarking on new ventures. Focuses on phases of entrepreneurship occurring between generations of the initial new venture idea, up to and including the first commercial sale.

Prerequisite: ENGL 102 and ECON 106.

Instructor Email

lshul@unm.edu

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62755 MGMT 324.004 3 New Venture Strategies FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Mahto, Raj ARR ARR Online

MGMT 324.004 New Venture Strategies

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Catalog Description

Examines strategies, both personal and commercial, for effectively embarking on new ventures. Focuses on phases of entrepreneurship occurring between generations of the initial new venture idea, up to and including the first commercial sale.

Prerequisite: ENGL 102 and ECON 106.

Instructor Email

rmahto@unm.edu

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62756 MGMT 324.005 3 New Venture Strategies FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Mahto, Raj ARR ARR Online

MGMT 324.005 New Venture Strategies

Catalog Description

Examines strategies, both personal and commercial, for effectively embarking on new ventures. Focuses on phases of entrepreneurship occurring between generations of the initial new venture idea, up to and including the first commercial sale.

Prerequisite: ENGL 102 and ECON 106.

Instructor Email

rmahto@unm.edu

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63742 MGMT 326.011 3 Financial Management
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FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Towle, Mary ARR ARR Online

MGMT 326.011 Financial Management

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The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

Principles and practices of fund management in private and public organizations. Sources and uses of short- and long-term funds, determination of capital requirements, obtaining capital, financial forecasting, lease or buy decisions, application of capital and cash budgeting techniques, choices involving risk.

Prerequisite: 202 and STAT 145 and MATH 180 and ECON 106 and CS 150.

Detailed Course Description

MGMT 326 is a BBA core finance course for all business majors at Anderson School of Management. The course integrates practical and theoretical aspects of financial decision-making and valuation. It includes concepts and techniques essential in advanced finance or non-finance courses and this course is also intended to stimulate students’ interest in the field of finance as an area of practice for a life-long career.

Emphasis is placed upon the underlying principles and practices and how they relate to the decision-making process faced by a financial manager. Skills obtained in this course can be not only applied to corporation financial requirements, but also to small businesses and personal finance.

The course is also intended to stimulate the interest in the field of finance as an area of further study and as an area of practice for a life-long career. It is not an "investment" course, per se, although many of the skills taught can be used for financial investment purposes.

The ultimate goal is for students to identify fundamental finance concepts, and apply them to make business and personal financial decisions.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Students may decide if they want the e version or the printed binder version of the book. In both cases they need the My Finance Lab access card

Orientation

Students need to participate in the orientation activities for the class during the first module of the course.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

You instructor's office hours are done by appointment via Web Conferencing. In order to meet student's needs there will be flexibility with the meeting schedule.

Testing

All exams are on line

Instructor Email

ktowle@unm.edu

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54961 MGMT 326.014 3 Financial Management
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FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Towle, Mary ARR ARR Online

MGMT 326.014 Financial Management

The Golden Paw Seal.

The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

Principles and practices of fund management in private and public organizations. Sources and uses of short- and long-term funds, determination of capital requirements, obtaining capital, financial forecasting, lease or buy decisions, application of capital and cash budgeting techniques, choices involving risk.

Prerequisite: 202 and STAT 145 and MATH 180 and ECON 106 and CS 150.

Detailed Course Description

MGMT 326 is a BBA core finance course for all business majors at Anderson School of Management. The course integrates practical and theoretical aspects of financial decision-making and valuation. It includes concepts and techniques essential in advanced finance or non-finance courses and this course is also intended to stimulate students’ interest in the field of finance as an area of practice for a life-long career.

Emphasis is placed upon the underlying principles and practices and how they relate to the decision-making process faced by a financial manager. Skills obtained in this course can be not only applied to corporation financial requirements, but also to small businesses and personal finance.

The course is also intended to stimulate the interest in the field of finance as an area of further study and as an area of practice for a life-long career. It is not an "investment" course, per se, although many of the skills taught can be used for financial investment purposes.

The ultimate goal is for students to identify fundamental finance concepts, and apply them to make business and personal financial decisions.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Students may decide if they want the e version or the printed binder version of the book. In both cases they need the My Finance Lab access card

Orientation

Students need to participate in the orientation activities for the class during the first module of the course.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

You instructor's office hours are done by appointment via Web Conferencing. In order to meet student's needs there will be flexibility with the meeting schedule.

Testing

All exams are on line

Instructor Email

ktowle@unm.edu

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37737 MGMT 328.003 3 International Management FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Thomas, Douglas ARR ARR Online

MGMT 328.003 International Management

Catalog Description

Provides an understanding of international operations and of international institutions in the private, not-for-profit and public sectors and of their managerial and environmental problems. Analyzes the structure, functions and decision-making of international organizations.

Prerequisite: ECON 106.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Technical Equipment and Software

A high speed internet connection is needed for accessing some of this course's content (i.e., online video).

Orientation

An online orientation will be required for this course and will take place in the course during the first week of class.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to Face Meetings will not be used for this course.

Web Conferencing

Web Conferencing will not be used for this course.

Testing

All exams will be completed online.

Instructor Email

douglasethomas@unm.edu

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49581 MGMT 329.002 3 Data Management FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 French, Aaron ARR ARR Online

MGMT 329.002 Data Management

Catalog Description

The management of data resources to support information systems in organizations. Logical database structures, applications and physical implementation of information systems using database management systems.

Instructor Email

afrench@unm.edu

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37739 MGMT 330.001 3 Business Programming Fundamentals FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Flor, Nick ARR ARR Online

MGMT 330.001 Business Programming Fundamentals

Catalog Description

Introduction to object-oriented programming language syntax and semantics with application to functional business areas and computing problems. Intended for BBA students concentrating in management information systems.

Instructor Email

nickflor@unm.edu

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62747 MGMT 330.002 3 Business Programming Fundamentals FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Flor, Nick ARR ARR Online

MGMT 330.002 Business Programming Fundamentals

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Catalog Description

Introduction to object-oriented programming language syntax and semantics with application to functional business areas and computing problems. Intended for BBA students concentrating in management information systems.

Instructor Email

nickflor@unm.edu

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62748 MGMT 330.003 3 Business Programming Fundamentals FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Flor, Nick ARR ARR Online

MGMT 330.003 Business Programming Fundamentals

Catalog Description

Introduction to object-oriented programming language syntax and semantics with application to functional business areas and computing problems. Intended for BBA students concentrating in management information systems.

Instructor Email

nickflor@unm.edu

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52835 MGMT 336.001 3 Information Systems Security FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Luo, Xin ARR ARR Online

MGMT 336.001 Information Systems Security

Catalog Description

Overview of telecommunications and cryptography/security issues in information systems. Hands-on lab projects managing online systems and securing them against hacking techniques or known vulnerabilities.

Instructor Email

xinluo@unm.edu

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52836 MGMT 337.001 3 Survey of Computer Systems Software FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Jurkat, Peter ARR ARR Online

MGMT 337.001 Survey of Computer Systems Software

Catalog Description

An overview of hardware/software configurations as integrated systems. Acquisition, evaluation, selection and management of the computer resources. Emerging information system technologies, including office automation, data communications and networks.

Detailed Course Description

Review of the composition and components of the hardware and software of model computers from laptops to servers and server arrays, their structure, functions, and interconnections. Requirements are three exams, four assignments, and two project. Students may work in teams of up to 3 for the assignments and projects. The course is conducted entirely on line using Blackboard Learn.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Stephen Burd (2016) System Architecture, 7th Edition, Cengage Learning, ISBN 978-1-305-08019-5

Orientation

This course does not have an orientation.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings.

Web Conferencing

None are currently planned but each student and/or team of students can request video conferences.

Testing

Three exams will be taken entirely online.

Instructor Email

pjurkat@unm.edu

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41294 MGMT 342.001 3 Income Tax Accounting I FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Piatt, Ruth Ann ARR ARR Online

MGMT 342.001 Income Tax Accounting I

Catalog Description

Technical tax course primarily for accounting majors. Covers the Federal Income taxation of individuals, including capital gains and losses, accounting methods, income, deductions, Social Security, installment sales and alternative tax methods.

Instructor Email

Rpiatt3@unm.edu

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58415 MGMT 398.004 1 Career Management Skills FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Capehart, Nicole ARR ARR Online

MGMT 398.004 Career Management Skills

Catalog Description

Develop career management skills to prepare for entrance into the professional job market. Emphasis on cover letters, resumes, interviewing skills, networking, organizing job searches and salary negotiations.

Offered on a CR/NC basis only.

Detailed Course Description

MGMT 398 is a 1 credit hour, required, course for UNM Anderson undergraduate students. The course is designed to help students develop career management skills to prepare for entrance into the professional job market. Emphasis will be placed on cover letters, resumes, interviewing skills, networking, and organizing job searches.

Textbooks and Materials

No required textbooks

Orientation

This course does not have an orientation

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

A mock interview is required for this course. This will be coordinated by the instructor using Learn capabilities.

Testing

This course does not have exams

Instructor Email

ncapehar@unm.edu

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63393 MGMT 398.005 3 Career Management Skills FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Capehart, Nicole ARR ARR Online

MGMT 398.005 Career Management Skills

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Catalog Description

Develop career management skills to prepare for entrance into the professional job market. Emphasis on cover letters, resumes, interviewing skills, networking, organizing job searches and salary negotiations.

Offered on a CR/NC basis only.

Detailed Course Description

MGMT 398 is a 1 credit hour, required, course for UNM Anderson undergraduate students. The course is designed to help students develop career management skills to prepare for entrance into the professional job market. Emphasis will be placed on cover letters, resumes, interviewing skills, networking, and organizing job searches.

Textbooks and Materials

No required textbooks

Orientation

This course does not have an orientation

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

A mock interview is required for this course. This will be coordinated by the instructor using Learn capabilities.

Testing

This course does not have exams

Instructor Email

ncapehar@unm.edu

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63394 MGMT 398.006 3 Career Management Skills FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Capehart, Nicole ARR ARR Online

MGMT 398.006 Career Management Skills

Catalog Description

Develop career management skills to prepare for entrance into the professional job market. Emphasis on cover letters, resumes, interviewing skills, networking, organizing job searches and salary negotiations.

Offered on a CR/NC basis only.

Detailed Course Description

MGMT 398 is a 1 credit hour, required, course for UNM Anderson undergraduate students. The course is designed to help students develop career management skills to prepare for entrance into the professional job market. Emphasis will be placed on cover letters, resumes, interviewing skills, networking, and organizing job searches.

Textbooks and Materials

No required textbooks

Orientation

This course does not have an orientation

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings

Web Conferencing

A mock interview is required for this course. This will be coordinated by the instructor using Learn capabilities.

Testing

This course does not have exams

Instructor Email

ncapehar@unm.edu

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51500 MGMT 398.080 1 Career Management Skills FA 18 First Half Term: 08/20/2018 - 10/13/2018 Garcia, Darrell F 1000-1200 Online

MGMT 398.080 Career Management Skills

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: F
Meeting Times: 1000-1200 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

Develop career management skills to prepare for entrance into the professional job market. Emphasis on cover letters, resumes, interviewing skills, networking, organizing job searches and salary negotiations.

Offered on a CR/NC basis only.

Detailed Course Description

MGMT 398 is a 1 credit hour course for UNM Anderson undergraduate students designed to help students develop career management skills to prepare for entrance into the professional job market. Emphasis on cover letters, resumes, personal and professional branding, interviewing skills, networking, and organizing job searches.

Course Objectives

• To explore and evaluate potential career paths which correspond with your values, interests, preferences, education, skills, and experience.
• To develop and demonstrate appropriate resume writing, cover letter writing, and interviewing skills.
• To research potential job interests through job shadowing, informational interviewing, corporate cultures, salary requirements, and online resources.
• To provide effective career management tools to utilize throughout the life of your career.

Regular and punctual attendance is required. UNM Pathfinder policies apply, which in part means instructor drops based on non-attendance are possible. MGMT 398.080 students are required to connect via video. Attendance will be checked daily.

Textbooks and Materials

There are no required textbooks for this course.

Instructor Email

dgarci30@unm.edu

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59378 MGMT 450.001 3 Computer Based Information Systems FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Bose, Ranjit ARR ARR Online

MGMT 450.001 Computer Based Information Systems

Catalog Description

Course presents foundation concepts in Management Information Systems (MIS). Students apply and integrate MIS concepts with those from other management disciplines to analyze, evaluate and present management cases. A variety of software is used.

Prerequisite: 300 and 303 and 306 and 322.

Detailed Course Description

Course presents foundation concepts in Management Information Systems (MIS). Students apply and integrate MIS concepts with those from other management disciplines to analyze, evaluate and present management cases. A variety of software is used.

Prerequisite: 300 and 303 and 306 and 322.

Restriction: admitted to B.B.A. program.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Patricia Wallace. Introduction to Information Systems, 3rd Edition, Student Value Edition Plus 2016 MyMISLab with Pearson eText – Access Card Package, 3/E. Purchase using UNM's all-digital Inclusive Access program.

Four case studies have to be purchased online at the start of the semester. Instructions for purchase can be found through a link on the course homepage in Blackboard Learn.

Orientation

A video orientation will be provided in Learn.

Face to Face Meetings

Face-to-face meeting is optional.

Instructor will hold office hours on TR from 1:30-3:00 pm in ASM 2104.

Students are welcome to see the instructor during his office hours.

Web Conferencing

Interested students may request the instructor for web conferencing.

Testing

Two fully online exams will be administered, which must be completed anytime within a specified 24-hour window.

Online Exam I October 9 noon-October 10 noon
Online Exam II December 6 noon-December 7 noon

Instructor Email

rbose@unm.edu

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52837 MGMT 450.004 3 Computer Based Information Systems FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Luo, Xin ARR ARR Online

MGMT 450.004 Computer Based Information Systems

Catalog Description

Course presents foundation concepts in Management Information Systems (MIS). Students apply and integrate MIS concepts with those from other management disciplines to analyze, evaluate and present management cases. A variety of software is used.

Prerequisite: 300 and 303 and 306 and 322.

Instructor Email

xinluo@unm.edu

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37740 MGMT 450.006 3 Computer Based Information Systems FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Bose, Ranjit ARR ARR Online

MGMT 450.006 Computer Based Information Systems

Catalog Description

Course presents foundation concepts in Management Information Systems (MIS). Students apply and integrate MIS concepts with those from other management disciplines to analyze, evaluate and present management cases. A variety of software is used.

Prerequisite: 300 and 303 and 306 and 322.

Detailed Course Description

Course presents foundation concepts in Management Information Systems (MIS). Students apply and integrate MIS concepts with those from other management disciplines to analyze, evaluate and present management cases. A variety of software is used.

Prerequisite: 300 and 303 and 306 and 322.

Restriction: admitted to B.B.A. program.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Patricia Wallace. Introduction to Information Systems, 3rd Edition, Student Value Edition Plus 2016 MyMISLab with Pearson eText – Access Card Package, 3/E. Purchase using UNM's all-digital Inclusive Access program.

Four case studies have to be purchased online at the start of the semester. Instructions for purchase can be found through a link on the course homepage in Blackboard Learn.

Orientation

A video orientation will be provided in Learn.

Face to Face Meetings

Face-to-face meeting is optional.

Instructor will hold office hours on TR from 1:30-3:00 pm in ASM 2104.

Students are welcome to see the instructor during his office hours.

Web Conferencing

Interested students may request the instructor for web conferencing.

Testing

Two fully online exams will be administered, which must be completed anytime within a specified 24-hour window.

Online Exam I October 9 noon-October 10 noon
Online Exam II December 6 noon-December 7 noon

Instructor Email

rbose@unm.edu

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47956 MGMT 459.002 3 Information Analysis FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Bose, Ranjit 9/16/15, 12/4/15 0900-1100 Online

MGMT 459.002 Information Analysis

Catalog Description

Information system analysis and system design in organizations. Topics include application development strategies, information system life cycle, requirements determination, analysis and specification.

Detailed Course Description

Object-Oriented Information system analysis and system design in organizations. Topics include application development strategies, information system life cycle, requirements determination, analysis and specification.

This is a required course for BBA Management Information Systems majors.

Restriction: admitted to B.B.A. program.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Systems Analysis and Design in a Changing World, 7th edition by J. Satzinger, R. Jackson and S. Burd; Cengage Learning publisher; 2016; ISBN: 9781305117204.

Orientation

A video orientation will be provided in Learn.

Face to Face Meetings

Face-to-face meetings are optional.

Instructor will hold office hours on TR from 1:30-3:00 pm in ASM 2104.

Students are welcome to have face to face discussion with the instructor.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing is optional.

Interested students can request the instructor to participate in web conferencing at mutually convenient date/time.

Testing

Two proctored, face-to-face exams will be administered at UNM Main Campus on the following dates and times.

UNM Main campus, Friday, October 19 from 9-11 am.
UNM Main campus, Friday December 7 from 9-11 am.

Instructor Email

rbose@unm.edu

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62757 MGMT 463.002 3 Employment Law
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FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Nelson, Amelia ARR ARR Online

MGMT 463.002 Employment Law

The Golden Paw Seal.

The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Catalog Description

A survey of statutes and case studies of common, statutory and administrative law. Emphasis on modern employment legislation and related court and administrative decisions representing all aspects of employment law.

Prerequisite: MGMT 306 and MGMT 310

Instructor Email

nelson@unm.edu

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62758 MGMT 463.003 3 Employment Law
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FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Nelson, Amelia ARR ARR Online

MGMT 463.003 Employment Law

The Golden Paw Seal.

The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

A survey of statutes and case studies of common, statutory and administrative law. Emphasis on modern employment legislation and related court and administrative decisions representing all aspects of employment law.

Prerequisite: MGMT 306 and MGMT 310

Instructor Email

nelson@unm.edu

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62749 MGMT 488.003 3 Materials and Supply Chain Management FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Rogers, Mary Margaret ARR ARR Online

MGMT 488.003 Materials and Supply Chain Management

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Catalog Description

Management of the supply, manufacturing and distribution network as a part of the buying and selling process in an industrial or commercial marketing context in both the private and public sectors.

Prerequisite: 300 and 322.

Detailed Course Description

You will be learning how to use supply chain models and algorithms using Excel. We'll cover models for inventory management, forecasting, aggregate planning, location analysis, and others. You'll learn a lot about how the use Excel as an input to help you make managerial decisions. Come prepared to work a lot of problems for practice, for homework, and for exams. Then, we'll work on interpreting the results of all this problem solving.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Your textbook is Supply Chain Management, 6th edition by Chopra and Meindl. Within Learn you'll have access to an electronic version of the textbook via Red Shelf. Last fall the cost for the e-book was approximately $65. I expect it to be the same for the coming fall. In addition, if you buy the e-book you should have access to a hardcopy upgrade if desired.

Orientation

This course will have an online orientation. You'll be expected to complete all the orientation activities during the first two days of the 8 week term.

Testing

You will be completing exams via Proctorio. This will require you to have both a camera and microphone linked to your computer. You will be given approximately 24 hours in which to complete your exam.

Instructor Email

mmrogers@unm.edu

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62750 MGMT 488.004 3 Materials and Supply Chain Management FA 18 Second Half Term: 10/15/2018 - 12/15/2018 Rogers, Mary Margaret ARR ARR Online

MGMT 488.004 Materials and Supply Chain Management

Catalog Description

Management of the supply, manufacturing and distribution network as a part of the buying and selling process in an industrial or commercial marketing context in both the private and public sectors.

Prerequisite: 300 and 322.

Detailed Course Description

You will be learning how to use supply chain models and algorithms using Excel. We'll cover models for inventory management, forecasting, aggregate planning, location analysis, and others. You'll learn a lot about how the use Excel as an input to help you make managerial decisions. Come prepared to work a lot of problems for practice, for homework, and for exams. Then, we'll work on interpreting the results of all this problem solving.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Your textbook is Supply Chain Management, 6th edition by Chopra and Meindl. Within Learn you'll have access to an electronic version of the textbook via Red Shelf. Last fall the cost for the e-book was approximately $65. I expect it to be the same for the coming fall. In addition, if you buy the e-book you should have access to a hardcopy upgrade if desired.

Orientation

This course will have an online orientation. You'll be expected to complete all the orientation activities during the first two days of the 8 week term.

Testing

You will be completing exams via Proctorio. This will require you to have both a camera and microphone linked to your computer. You will be given approximately 24 hours in which to complete your exam.

Instructor Email

mmrogers@unm.edu

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59383 MGMT 511.002 3 Technology Commercialization and the Global Environment FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Phillips, Fred ARR ARR Online

MGMT 511.002 Technology Commercialization and the Global Environment

Catalog Description

Fundamentals of technology commercialization and international management are covered along with the interconnectivity of the two topics. The course will cover the nature of international competitive markets and how technology commercialization impacts these markets.

Instructor Email

phillipsf@unm.edu

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59384 MGMT 511.101 3 Technology Commercialization and the Global Environment FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Phillips, Fred ARR ARR Online

MGMT 511.101 Technology Commercialization and the Global Environment

Catalog Description

Fundamentals of technology commercialization and international management are covered along with the interconnectivity of the two topics. The course will cover the nature of international competitive markets and how technology commercialization impacts these markets.

Instructor Email

phillipsf@unm.edu

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62668 MGMT 514.001 3 Technological Entrepreneurship FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Chavez, Victor ARR ARR Online

MGMT 514.001 Technological Entrepreneurship

Catalog Description

A clinical experience in the development of a new firm to exploit a significant technological innovation. Student teams work with inventors/entrepreneurs, faculty, and external resources to establish new companies.

Prerequisite: 511

Detailed Course Description

Technological Entrepreneurship (MGMT 514) has been designed to provide students a well-grounded understanding of how to manage technology entrepreneurship. Specifically, the student will be asked to develop a deeper understanding of the problems, challenges and issues facing a new firm that is based on an invention or technological advancement. Furthermore, the student will be asked to understand the variety of strategic options typically available to technology-based embryonic firms. Moreover, to understand that there is no one right strategic option but to be enabled to understand the contexts within which it is usually appropriate to choose specific strategies. Finally, the students will be asked to prepare a business plan in collaboration with other students and become potential technological entrepreneurs.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Required Supplementary Materials:
• A number of readings, videos and cartoons will be posted for your use on UNM learn and designated in models when they are to be accessed and read
• XPRIZE – YouTube
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHo2wMIMNM46OFPjU0oO8CA

This course requires students to participate in group projects. Student groups will complete written reports and present their findings to the class. Students need to be familiar with the use of office365 platform available to all UNM students. Also, the course uses web conferencing for some course components, requiring students to source additional equipment for participating in the conference
• A variety of Ted Talks

Web Conferencing

This course has optinal web conferencing.

For the online sessions, you will need:
• A USB headset with microphone. Headsets are widely available at stores that sell electronics, at the UNM Bookstore or online.
• A high-speed internet connection is highly recommended for these sessions. A wireless Internet connection may be used if successfully tested for audio quality prior to web conferencing.
• For UNM Web Conference Technical Help: (505) 277-0857

Instructor Email

vchavez34@unm.edu

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62799 MGMT 517.002 3 Technology Program Management FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Walsh, Steven M 1600-1830 Online

MGMT 517.002 Technology Program Management

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: M
Meeting Times: 1600-1830 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

Students will explore how firms face the challenge of managing a series of projects that are the core of their profitability effort, with emphasis on tools which demonstrate the difference between project and program management.

Corequisite: 511.

Instructor Email

walsh@mgt.unm.edu

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61155 MGMT 519.003 3 Project in Technology Commercialization FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Walsh, Steven T 1600-1830 Online

MGMT 519.003 Project in Technology Commercialization

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: T
Meeting Times: 1600-1830 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

An environment for application of tools and techniques of technology management that offers real problems of managing a technology-based product. Considers effects of practical constraints upon the analysis, design and process, and focuses student’s capabilities on the solution of a practical problem and presentation of the solution.

Prerequisite: 511 and two from: 512, 513, 515, 516.

Instructor Email

walsh@mgt.unm.edu

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56906 MGMT 542.001 3 Sem in Personal Tax Planning FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Piatt, Ruth Ann ARR ARR Online

MGMT 542.001 Sem in Personal Tax Planning

Catalog Description

Technical tax course primarily for accounting majors. Covers the Federal Income taxation of individuals, including capital gains and losses, accounting methods, income, deductions, Social Security, installment sales and alternative tax methods.

Prerequisite: 202 or 502.

Instructor Email

Rpiatt3@unm.edu

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58209 MGMT 542.101 3 Sem in Personal Tax Planning FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Piatt, Ruth Ann ARR ARR Online

MGMT 542.101 Sem in Personal Tax Planning

Catalog Description

Technical tax course primarily for accounting majors. Covers the Federal Income taxation of individuals, including capital gains and losses, accounting methods, income, deductions, Social Security, installment sales and alternative tax methods.

Prerequisite: 202 or 502.

Instructor Email

Rpiatt3@unm.edu

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41297 MGMT 550.001 3 Professional Accounting
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FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Brooks, Ann ARR ARR Online

MGMT 550.001 Professional Accounting

The Golden Paw Seal.

The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

Professional Responsibility and concerns of auditors, tax practitioners, management consultants, and internal professionals. Structure of the profession, issues of ethics and responsibility, legal environment and future of the profession.
Prerequisite: 340 or 540.

Instructor Email

brooks@unm.edu

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62669 MGMT 556.002 3 Starting New Business FA 18 Full Term: 08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018 Mahto, Raj ARR ARR Online

MGMT 556.002 Starting New Business

Catalog Description

This covers general topics and skills for embarking upon successful new enterprises either within large corporations or new independent companies.

(Students interested in starting new technological ventures should consider MGMT 514, Technological Entrepreneurship.)

Instructor Email

rmahto@unm.edu

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63539 MGMT 600.001 1 Perspectives on Management and Careers FA 18 Open Learning: 08/10/2018 - 08/20/2018 Capehart, Nicole ARR ARR Online

MGMT 600.001 Perspectives on Management and Careers

Catalog Description

Skill-building and assessment for students to achieve high levels of success in a graduate business education. Must be completed within one semester of matriculation.

Offered on a CR/NC basis only.

Restriction: admitted to M.B.A. program.

Detailed Course Description

Skill-building and assessment for students to achieve high levels of success in a graduate business education. Must be completed within one semester of matriculation.

Textbooks and Materials

No textbooks required.

Orientation

This course does not have an orientation.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings.

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing.

Testing

This course does not have exams.

Instructor Email

ncapehar@unm.edu

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63543 MGMT 600.002 1 Perspectives on Management and Careers FA 18 Open Learning: 08/17/2018 - 8/27/2018 Capehart, Nicole ARR ARR Online

MGMT 600.002 Perspectives on Management and Careers

Catalog Description

Skill-building and assessment for students to achieve high levels of success in a graduate business education. Must be completed within one semester of matriculation.

Offered on a CR/NC basis only.

Restriction: admitted to M.B.A. program.

Detailed Course Description

Skill-building and assessment for students to achieve high levels of success in a graduate business education. Must be completed within one semester of matriculation.

Textbooks and Materials

No textbooks required.

Orientation

This course does not have an orientation.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetin